Piezas del Mosaico – Pieces in the Mosaic

New Beginnings and New Life

New life and new beginnings are exciting! And they are so needed for all of us. Mosaico has been experiencing the blessings of New Life and New Beginnings. The ministry of Niños de Mexico recently expanded to open two children’s homes in Puebla, Mexico and the children and house parents have formed part of the Mosaic. Its not only a joy to have them join us but also, Franco and Galdy, who have been a part of Mosaico since the beginning are now serving as associate house parents in the girls’ home (Nueva Vida).














More New Life and New Beginnings
During the last few months we have celebrated with Daniel, Jaqueline, and Pablo and their decision to give their life to Christ and be baptized. Praise God and celebrate with us. It is pretty awesome how God has been working in their lives and allowing us to be used alongside the ministries of El Pozo and Niños de Mexico. Someone plants the seed, someone else may water it, but God gets the glory of the harvest in their lives. Cool, huh?












Celebrate Recovery
Violet Gott joined our team from Oregon, bringing to Mosaico a ministry known as Celebrate Recovery.  Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. Our first group of people (13) completed the 12 step program this month. What’s next? In 2020 the plan is to start another 12 step program with some of those who have completed it, leading the next group. We will also begin a large group support meeting in 2020.


Medical Mission Trip to Ixtepec

In October I, Todd, joined a medical caravan on a mission trip to a small village called Ixtepec, here in Puebla. I helped translate for this group of doctors, pharmacists, physical therapist, optician, etc. most of whom were from Tennessee. During the four days that we operated this clinic, we saw 844 patients and gave them all Bibles in their own language. 60% or more speak a dialect called Totonaco so sometimes it was necessary for the patient to describe their symptoms to a local interpreter who then translated to me in Spanish and I translated the symptoms to English for the doctor. Besides being the hands and feet of Christ, meeting physical needs, we also shared messages from God’s word that were translated into Spanish, English and Totonaco.

Setting Apart Leaders at Mosaico

In September, Mosaico set apart Franco and Luis as Elders in the congregation. Please pray for them and their wives as they serve Christ and his church with wisdom and humility.

Merry Christmas and happy New Year from the Hancock family!

Feliz Navidad y prospero Año Nuevo de la familia Hancock!




Thank you for your interest in and support of our ministry. We couldn’t do it without you. Please continue praying for:

  • The ministry and outreach of Mosaico Comunidad Cristiana
  • Celebrate Recovery
  • Mosaico’s ministry to the children’s homes
  • Those recently baptized
  • The new leadership of Mosaico
  • Todd, Tonja, Mitchell, Mallory and Lizzet Hancock









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