Missions Monday – Mercy Ships

25 Mar
It’s time for Missions Monday.

Every Monday I will introduce you to some great charities that you can get involved in. When I say get involved, I mean you can donate your money, time, and/or pray for these organizations who are doing amazing things to help people.

Today I would like to introduce you to
Mercy Ships

From the website:

“Access to good medical care is the key to providing desperately needed hope and healing. But how can that be accomplished in countries without basic supporting infrastructure—including a clean water supply, a reliable source of electricity and trained medical professionals. The answer began in a dream of a hospital ship, a self-contained instrument of mercy that would take highly qualified volunteers to the people who need them most. That dream became Mercy Ships. Through the compassion of volunteers and donors, the 2,000-year-old example Jesus set of caring for the poor is being lived out on a daily basis.”

Mercy In Action – Condensed from Mercy Ships on Vimeo.


You can learn more about this organization
and how you can get involved by visiting their website here:
Mercy Ships – Website

You can connect with them on Facebook here:
Mercy Ships – Facebook
and follow them on Twitter here:
Mercy Ships – Twitter

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2 Responses to “Missions Monday – Mercy Ships”

  1. Jennifer Schwickerath March 25, 2013 at 12:09 pm #

    My husband bought shirts from Sevenly couple weeks ago to help this cause.

  2. heidi March 25, 2013 at 4:05 pm #

    I've never heard of them before, I'm glad you introduced me to them.Heidi’s Wanderings

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