After several months of discussion and prayer, Dr. Arthur has accepted the opportunity to serve on our Board of Directors. His passion for our ministry and wise counsel will be a tremendous asset to our board.
Be one of 200 partners to come on-board with us in 2020!
We are looking for 200 individuals, businesses and churches to partner with us monthly this year. Any amount you are able to give each month will greatly impact lives all over the world!
Simply click the donate button or mail to the address below to start making a great impact each month.
Both monthly & one-time gifts of any amount are greatly appreciated!
PO Box 520 | Oxford, PA 19363
A word of encouragement from Dr. Gary Moore
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LOGISTICS DIRECTOR, BARRY CROHN
Barry comes to us from Harvest Baptist Tabernacle in Jonesboro, GA. Dr Joe Arthur is his sending pastor as well as our new Board Chairman. He has served as a ten year pastor in Florida, and a veteran missionary with Rock of Ages Prison Ministry. He is overseeing the day to day operations of the Mercy Project, including all logistics for Mercy’s Vessel.
We have already seen Barry’s passion for The Mercy Project; capable administration ability, leadership, wisdom and vision. He is and will be a much needed addition to our ministry.
MERCY’S VESSEL FUEL FUND
Please consider a donation today toward marine fuel for Mercy’s Vessel. Our crew will be on board soon to do routine maintenance, crew training and do two sea runs to test all the systems. At that time we would like to fill the fuel tank. At the moment fuel prices are at an all time low and we need about 2500 gallons to completely fill the tank.
YOUR DONATION MAKES A DIFFERENCE
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What we are up to during the COVID-19 crisis!
During this time when we are not able to take groups out of the country, we are working in two homeless shelters and also working with a sister church in their food ministry. We are also seeking other ways to continue ministry providing Medical Mercy Packets and we have several volunteers making cloth mask for those who need them.