What does furlough look like?

Here are some of the questions that we have been asked lately along with the answers.     Question: So what have you guys been up to during your time in the US? Answer:  We have been busy sharing Mosaico’s story with our partnering churches, individuals, and nearly everyone we meet. We have been seeking the … [Read More]

Wish you were here!

Wish you were here! That’s what some people write on a post card or letter when they are on vacation or other type of trip. We wish you were here to see what God’s got going on in Cholula, Mexico. But for now we can just tell you some of what’s happening. When the semester … [Read More]

1 Year Anniversary at Mosaico!

We had a great time of fellowship and celebration last Sunday as we marked the 1 year anniversary of Mosaico Christian Community. Our anniversary party started with a wonderful praise service and a great message from God’s word by Tom Basile, a fellow missionary and friend from here in Puebla. Several people from the church … [Read More]

My my my, how the time has flown by.

It is hard to believe that a year has passed since we first started meeting together as the Mosaico congregation. On January 27 we celebrate the one year anniversary. In true Mexican style we will observe the anniversary with a fiesta complete with tacos, a pinata, and cake. We will also take a look back … [Read More]

“Is that volcano close to where you live in Mexico?”

On March 20 we experienced an earthquake measuring 7.6 or so in our part of Mexico. This is about the same number of the earthquake that killed tens of thousands of people in Haiti a couple of years ago. Miraculously there were no reports of deaths in this Mexico earthquake. Mallory’s bicycle was in a partially covered area behind our house … [Read More]

What is Mosaico?

What is Mosaico?  1. Mosaico (Mosaic in English) is the art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials (Wikipedia). Mosaico is also a brand new congregation in Cholula, Puebla which can also be described as the assemblage of broken, imperfect people being formed and transformed by … [Read More]