Prayer has been an integral part of Mercy Ships decades-long history. Join with those around the world who uphold the work of Mercy Ships in prayer.
Pray for the Ebola tragedy:
Since 1990, Mercy Ships have docked in the countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia for a total of 2,241 service days. During our stays in these West African nations we have poured out hope, healing and love onto their beautiful people. It breaks our hearts to see those people ravaged by the outbreak of the Ebola virus.
Join us in praying for an end to this tragedy, for strength for the health care workers caring for Ebola patients and for the already fragile health care systems that are being overwhelmed by the outbreak.
Mercy Ships has been committed to West Africa for decades and will continue to help repair the long-term damage to the healthcare infrastructure in these countries and bring hope and healing to their people for decades to come.
See how Ebola affects Mercy Ships HERE.
Pray for our Crew:
Please pray for some critical positions that are open and needs to be filled. To see what these specific positions are, click HERE!
We are currently looking for a Lead Dentist onboard the Africa Mercy. This volunteer position provides professional guidance and medical support to the Dental Team ensuring quality patient and crew care is administered and must be a licensed dentist with a minimum of two years’ experience.
Dental Team Supervisor – The Dental Team Supervisor Manages the daily operations of the dental clinic by providing leadership to the Dental team.
For more info, click HERE.
What is Africa’s Greatest Need?
Pray for Leadership:
Good leadership is the single factor that can most dramatically and rapidly change a nation’s circumstances and create a brighter future. It is encouraging to see some nations in sub-Saharan Africa begin to put in place leaders who are working to bring about much-needed change. Please pray for the government leaders of The Republic of the Congo, also called Congo-Brazzaville or Congo, as they endeavor to improve life for the approximately 4.5 million population. Currently, The Republic of the Congo ranks 142 out of 186 on the Human Development Index.