New Mercies: Ellee Rollins’ Journey

New Mercies: Ellee Rollins’ Journey

The Honor of Volunteering as a Nurse Ellee Rollins is a nurse who was raised overseas with her missionary parents and three siblings. It was part of her upbringing to care for others in need and share the love of Jesus. So, years later, when Ellee heard about Mercy...
International Symposium for stronger health

International Symposium for stronger health

African leaders join together for the International Symposium on Strengthening Surgical, Obstetric, and Anesthetic Care For three days in early May, the bright, airy conference room of King Fahd hotel in Dakar, Senegal, filled with Ministers of Health, country...
Make Your Mark: Joe and Agnes Biney’s Journey

Make Your Mark: Joe and Agnes Biney’s Journey

The Bineys Celebrate 30 Years with Mercy Ships Joe and Agnes Biney joined Mercy Ships in the 1990s with no end date. Their prayer was always: “God if you still want us here, give us the grace to continue to serve.” Three decades later, Agnes says,...
Celebrating International Nurses Day

Celebrating International Nurses Day

Volunteer Nurses Bring Hope and Healing to Those in Need Imagine, for a moment, the populations of New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Phoenix disappearing. Despite the size of those cities, their populations combined are still fewer than how many people die...
Make Your Mark: Rodrigo Silva’s Journey

Make Your Mark: Rodrigo Silva’s Journey

Seventeen countries and four Mercy Ships Over the last several years, Rodrigo Silva has sailed to 17 countries to bring hope and healing to those in need. And now serving as chief officer on the Global Mercy®, he has been aboard four different Mercy Ships. “Serving is...