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A Visit to the Agriculture Site

For the most part, Mercy Ships is a surgery ship.  Everything on board is designed around the ability to get highly skilled surgeons and hospital workers into impoverished countries to be able to complete difficult surgeries in an efficient way.  However, in recent years a lot of thought has gone into how we can leave […]

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Videographer Will

We each fill many unexpected roles in our work on the Africa Mercy, including videographer. Many of the volunteers on board need special help when doing video interviews, to try to maximize their bandwidth during the interview. Here on board, I can adjust our network settings to allow that to happen on a temporary basis. In this […]

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Free to Dream Again

The freedom to dream about a better tomorrow is a luxury many don’t realize they possess until it is taken away. This post is a collection of stories about a group of women that come to the ship for surgery and leave with a new freedom to dream. They are women who have suffered from […]

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Journey Up the Gangway

The  day I met Ulrich is not one I will soon forget. I had scanned my badge and was heading down the gangway when I spotted some commotion at the bottom of the gangway. In the middle of the group was a boy who, at first glace, looked like he was sitting on the ground. […]

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When Grace Met Mercy

When we came to Benin, we joined a local church. There we met a sweet and shy teen named Esther. Although her legs were normal at birth, they began to bow as she grew. By the time we met her, Esther’s legs were about 2 feet apart at the knees. She longed to play with the […]

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The Numbers

People are much more important than numbers! That being said, sometimes we get discouraged by the enormity of the problems we see. It’s good to reflect on what’s been accomplished, what God has done through our time here. Here are some of the statistics on what’s happened since the Africa Mercy docked in Benin (as […]

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