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Possibilities are the stock-in-trade at Mosaic. 

Whether it is for the people we serve, our employees, donors, volunteers or the communities we're in, we want to make new possibilities come to life.

We're optimists at heart, believing that something good is always right around the corner. 

We also believe that our mission is a shared mission; we're in this together with the people we serve, their families, our donors and volunteers, and the communities we're in. 

It is a crowd-sourced mission!  So join in.  Be a part of Mosaic possibilities.


God's Handymen

Any homeowner knows there is always something that needs repairing, painted, replaced, planted, dug up, etc. It never ends.

Mosaic owns and leases hundreds of properties across the US – 418 at last count. Arranging the maintenance can be time consuming, just like for any homeowner.

But not for staff at Mosaic in Dallas. There, maintenance often only requires a simple call to a volunteer, thanks to God’s Handymen, a team of men who monitor, track and...Read more

Martin Luther

“How do we know the love of God dwells in us? If we take upon ourselves the need of our neighbor.” – Martin Luther

“The love of Christ constrains us.” – Pastor K.G. William Dahl

The ministry of Mosaic was born out of the Church 105 years ago. Pastor K.G. William Dahl’s heart broke when his dignified friend, Gustav, had a public seizure and was immediately incarcerated and humiliated by a fear-filled society. Pastor Dahl...Read more

decorating water bottles in Moshi

As I walk to the Building a Caring Community (BCC) office every morning, I pass through the largest roundabout in town, which connects Moshi to its neighboring city, Arusha, and Tanzania’s capital, Dar-es-Salaam.

With the absence of formal road names in much of the city (and the country), every roundabout in Moshi has some sort of statue, monument or other notable item in its center that serves as the informal name of the roundabout when...Read more

JD liked to run. Cassi frequently bit other children and adults. Both are somewhere along the spectrum of autism disorders. And Mosaic found individual ways to help each.

Today is World Autism Awareness Day. Mosaic serves many people with autism, a demographic that is growing, largely due to better diagnosis. That’s a good thing: better diagnosis means the people who need help are getting it.

Mosaic works to...Read more

This Changes Everything

Have you ever heard eyewitness accounts of the same event, and marveled how people watching the incident could see such different things? It’s truly puzzling. How can people experience an identical situation and have such varied observations?

Eyewitness reports of the first Easter, shared in the four Gospels, vary on the details, but the shared message is life changing.

Matthew’s account has the two Mary’s going to the tomb, when an earthquake hits and...Read more

Today wraps up our month-long celebration of National Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness. 

We lifted up just a few of the bold lives led by those we support, both in the United States and abroad. 

  • They are passionate and dedicated employees, like Anthony, Vanessa and Marrio. 
  • They are athletes, determined to do what it takes to pursue their sport, like Blaise and Mark. 
  • They are actors, interns and volunteers, like Erin, Jonathan and Joanna. 
  • They are each productive and contributing members of
  • ...Read more

Sayuni's custom-made wheelchair enables her to get outside and enjoy the fresh air with her friends Elias, Neema, and James!

To get to Building a Caring Community’s Pasua Center, you turn off a paved road from town, drive over a set of railway tracks and begin a long descent down a steep and unpaved path. Boulders litter the path like landmines, rendering the ability to swerve at just the right moment into an art form. To say the drive is bumpy is an understatement, and unfortunately, this...Read more

For people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, may they be embraced by communities to help them lead full, meaningful lives. Lord in your mercy, hear our prayer.

As we continue to celebrate National Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month this March, we call all of our friends and partners across the globe to: 

When we encourage people to say “no,” they can take control over their own lives. As a result, they will be less likely to act out and less likely to become victims.

By Karen Fry, Mental and Behavioral Health Senior Professional

Many of you may have listened to the NPR series “Abused and Betrayed” earlier this year, which explored sexual abuse of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). I’d...Read more

Today marks the first day of National Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month!

Join us all month long as we shine a spotlight on the BOLD LIVES of the people we support. 

Here are just a few of the bold, beautiful and meaningful stories that are unfolding every day across Mosaic. 

Debbie Hayes

Debbie Hayes was content living in a group home, but had no desire to be active outside the house. Two years ago, she...Read more