Daily Mercy Minute
Mercy Ship’s one minute daily feature “The Mercy Minute®” encourages listeners to make a lasting difference in a world of need by following the example of Jesus! Don Stephens explains how it doesn’t matter if you cross the ocean or just a street–you can help those in need!
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Reality of Women Suffering With Obstertric Fistula
Stephanie Fiduk volunteers with Mercy Ships onboard our hospital ship, the Africa Mercy. She shares the heartbreaking reality of the women who live with obstetric fistula, a condition caused by obstructed childbirth.
Stories of Mercy Archive
Exciting Knees – In this edition of Stories of Mercy, Kalinda Ramsaran describes one of the many amazing transformations that take place onboard the Africa Mercy.
Brilliant Smiles – Joanne Gates. Mercy and smiles go hand-in-hand. In this episode of “Stories of Mercy”, listen as Joanne Gates, a Mercy Ships volunteer onboard the Africa Mercy, relates some memorable moments while serving the forgotten poor.
A Perfect Combination – Mercy Ships volunteer Brenda Howson tells us about the hope center and the difference between working as a Nurse in a hospital compares with working onboard our hospital ship, the Africa Mercy.
Reality of Women Suffering With Obstertric Fistula – Stephanie Fiduk volunteers with Mercy Ships onboard our hospital ship, the Africa Mercy. She shares the heartbreaking reality of the women who live with obstetric fistula, a condition caused by obstructed childbirth.
Investing in Mercy – Melinda Kaney serves as a ward nurse onboard our hospital ship, the Africa Mercy. She provides medical care, but she adds two special ingredients — love and acceptance. Watch as she describes her special bond with her patients.
Five Blind Kids See – Marsha Tribe – In another episode of our Stories of Mercy, Marsha Tribe shares the story of how Mercy Ships helped restore sight to one family with four kids and one cousin, who have been blind since birth.
Blessed Beyond Expectation - Mercy Ships volunteers, like Deb Louden, do more than provide free medical care. They also let people know that someone really cares. But no matter how much they give, they are always blessed beyond their expectations.
An Emergency Situation – Dr. Ken Anderson – There’s a desperate need in Africa for the live-saving medical procedures that take place onboard our hospital ship, the Africa Mercy. In this episode in our Stories of Mercy series, Mercy Ships volunteer physician Ken Anderson highlights this disparity.
A Mercy Ships Baby – Patricia Royston – In this episode of Stories of Mercy series, Mercy Ships crew member Patricia Royston met Esther, a lovely new mother, while working in Liberia. Esther had previously suffered an injury called an obstetric fistula during child birth. Patricia shares Esther’s story…
Love and Acceptance – In West Africa, people with obvious medical conditions often live in the shadows – imprisoned by rejection, shame, and loneliness. In this installment of “Stories of Mercy“, Sarah Philips shares how Mercy Ships provides not only medical care, but also love and acceptance.