Little Extras Go A Long Way

Roller coaster. Those are the words Peg Jones used to describe her daughter’s life prior to coming to Mosaic.“We’d find something good, but eventually it would fail and then we’d find something good again,” Peg said. “It really was a roller coaster.”Tammy, Peg’s...

Best Possible Health

Helping people have the best possible health is a priority at Mosaic. Through the work of staff and Mosaic at Home contractors, amazing success stories abound. It’s often the small things that make a big difference. That was the case for Melissa Barnard after doctors...

“People with CP are People, Too”

Today we celebrate World Cerebral Palsy (CP) Day. More than just an awareness day, today is an opportunity to celebrate and express pride in the lives and achievements of those with CP. The World CP Day manifesto reads, in part, “We share the same hopes and dreams....

Graduating to New Possibilities

A life of possibilities. We say that all the time at Mosaic. The pomp of a graduation ceremony seems to speak the same thing: a life of possibilities.Those possibilities are almost palpable for a number of people served by Mosaic as they achieve graduation milestones...

Funding Lives and Dreams

Mosaic is finishing up its spring season of fundraising, events called Partners in Possibilities. They’re breakfast meetings and luncheons that share our mission and feature a local speaker sharing how Mosaic changed their life. It’s especially personal for Pastor...

A Heart for Service Year-Round

For many people, giving back is a natural part of the holiday season. For the people Mosaic supports it is a year-long endeavor. Here’s just a few highlights of some them. The people Mosaic supports in Pontiac, Ill. are avid supporters of Lutheran Church Charities...

Freedom to Live His Own Life

Carolyn Doughty always knew that her son DJ would push the limits. “He’s always been a go-getter,” she said. But when you live in a high-crime, big-city neighborhood where your son is threatened with violence and taken advantage of because of his disability, your...