Please Partner with Us!
  • Attend our annual benefit concert on Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 6 p.m.
    atThe Harmony House, 3610 Kennesaw N. Industrial Pkwy, Kennesaw, GA  30144.

  • Make a one-time or ongoing donation.  Checks may be made payable to Mosaic Ministries, Inc and dropped off or mailed to The Harmony House.

  • Host a benefit concert in your church.

  • Donate shoes and/or cash gifts for the purchase of school supplies and other necessary items for schools, churches, and local families in need.


Please let us know how you would like to partner with us.

Joel is the "face" of Mosaic Ministries, Inc.  

No larger than a normal 4 or 5 year old, Joel was age 11 in this photo.  Because of hunger, many Nicaraguan children, such as Joel, work the streets rather than attend school, thus the cycle of poverty continues.   By linking the financial projects (livestock, garden supplies, food, school supplies, shoes, etc) with the local churches, the families not only hear about the saving truths of Jesus Christ, but they also have the accountability and support they need from a loving church family.


Upon meeting Joel about a decade ago, Heidi knew there was no other decision than to do what needed to be done to care for "the least of these."  With God's help, there has always been enough to sustain the projects.  Our next goal is to purchase a house for ministry work in Managua, a hub of activity to oversee and support the various projects and campus ministries.  We welcome you to partner with us.

​"When you love children for no other reason than the fact that Christ loved first, the churches are filled with people who want to learn more about the source of this love."  Heidi Truitt

Mosaic Ministries, Inc is the vehicle through which The Harmony House cares for the poorest of the poor in Nicaragua.  The children in the most destitute Nicaraguan communities (Casa Blanca, Le Ceiba, Guadalupe, El Pastor, and Su Su Ma) have parents who work very hard to provide for their families:  hauling sand and making cement; gathering pieces of metal in a landfill, or farm laborers harvesting sugar cane, vegetables or coffee.  The issue is not the parents' work ethic; the problem is exploitation.  The parents simply do not earn enough to provide adequate nourishment or other essentials such as school supplies and shoes.

For the above reasons and more, The Harmony House provides an annual benefit concert featuring the talents of our fine instructors/musicians.   A percentage from The Harmony House each month also goes directly to help support Nicaraguan food projects, campus ministry, and other worthy causes.   

Heidi Truitt, founder of The Harmony House and Co-founder and President of Mosaic Ministries, Inc, has travelled to Nicaragua on short-term missions at least ten times over the past decade, establishing worthy projects for the poorest of the poor.  She has seen the face of poverty first hand.   "If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother in need but has no pity on him, how can the love of God be in him?  Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue, but in actions and in truth."  1 John 3:17-18