Prayers to End Obstetric Fistula
Prayer has been an integral part of Mercy Ships’ decades-long history. Join those around the world who uphold the work of Mercy Ships in prayer.
An estimated 2 million women live with obstetric fistulas worldwide. We pray for the day when we no longer need dress ceremonies to mark the end of a fistula healing. We pray for the day when dress ceremonies are only for fun as women enjoy one another’s laughter and silliness!
Pray for our patients
Our time in Madagascar has dwindled down! Goodbyes are so hard but we have so many great memories from the last several months.
Will you join us in praying for the safety of our patients and for those crew members who begin the journey home? Please pray for the crew sailing on with the ship and for those staying behind to prepare for the ship’s return. Thank goodness for sweet memories that remind us that healing can be fun!
We cannot wait to return to Madagascar in August and continue changing lives and transforming a country!
Pray for our volunteers in Madagascar
Over the next few months many of our crew members will continue to work on the ground in Madagascar as the ship sails to shipyard.
Will you join us in praying for our crew’s safety as well as wisdom and discernment as they make preparations for the ship’s return to Madagascar in August?
Pray for Africa’s leaders
Good leadership is the single factor that can most dramatically and rapidly change a nation’s circumstances and create a brighter future.
Please pray for those countries in sub-Saharan Africa, which are beginning to put in place leaders who will work to bring about much-needed change.