WHAT OUR PARTNERS SAY
"As a representative of a Non-Governmental Organization for 18 years overseeing humanitarian aid, I am impressed with the impact that Mercy Partners has made among the people we attempt to serve. Organizations have delays in dispersing care, however, this Christian charity has empowered national teams to care for the people within their own village which provides a direct transmission from the church to the people who need assistance. Simply, they have not fostered dependency that is so prevalent in the country. They are an example that many organizations should follow..."
— David B.
Caring for each soul until God's grace is known by all.
WHAT WE DO
MERCYPARTNERS connects resources with Gospel opportunities, so God’s people can meet the needs of humanity in a practical way.
Those that fall under the level of human existence need immediate care to Survive.
Those that exceed the level of survival require sustainable resources that will help them Strive.
Those that strive, need instruction, and education to help others in their community. When we help others we Thrive.
Those that thrive in conflict need encouragement to remain where they are rather than seeking outward mobility to western culture.
At-risk children from 16 tribes. War orphans and child soldiers have a future beyond war.
We have adopted the unadoptable.
Training Disciples to make Disciples. Making God's grace evident through partnering with natives. Where we create change, they bring authenticity.
top a collective number of 900
disciples with additional
followers. A direct response to MERCY PARTNERS' evangelistic outreach has resulted in 335 souls baptized in Christ, who have produced more disciples.
Treatments range from skull
reconstruction, removal of
parasites, Cholera mitigation,
Malaria & Typhoid treatment and basic first aid (as shown). In addition, we provide first-response.
265' feet deep, 8” inch bore that pierce the burning soil of Sudan. We utilize native drill teams who assemble evangelistic outreaches along with community training to care for their well.
Famine relief is organized and
distributed through the local church. This gives God the glory for the provision. Our annual famine relief cares for thousands during crises.
Kits given annually
We address the practical need of medicine by the gift of the P.H.K., which are one of the top needs for people struggling to obtain reliable sources of food, water, and shelter and the first line of defense against the spread of illness.
OUR BRIDGING METHOD
As a non-profit charity, we raise charitable donations that allow us to provide aid in conflict zones and create service programs that foster immediate care, sustainable aid, and discipleship training of native evangelists to care for their local people. We are able to provide help, hope, and love to humanity in conflict because we enable native evangelists to provide mercy in a practical manner. We are committed to the opportunities we have to make God's grace evident by bridging the gap with native evangelists as an equal partner. Traditional mission strategies advocate four stages of development: pioneer, paternal, partner, and participation. During colonialism these strategies had worked; however, our globally engaged world of today offers better opportunities for an alternative approach. We call this approach Bridging Cultures for Christ.
not Paternal Stage
It is important that mercy passes
directly from the native church to
the recipient so Christ will be glorified. Good News is good when
it is exemplified by practical mercy. When a follower receives mercy in a practical way, it will provide a hand up in their life. We partnered with the native church to provide resources where they had the opportunity.
not Pioneer Stage
We encourage assimilation by
becoming vulnerable to the people we are called to work with. The thought of becoming an immigrant is the proper mindset to build a bridge to reach others. It allows the Gospel to be understood and lived within the culture. By taking on the form of a student of culture we gain a license to show mercy.
Partners from the Start
no Partner Stage
We believe that partnership looks
like treating the indigenous
leaders as equal right from the
start. The partnership is at the
root of mercy and growth stems
from mercy; mercy that is shown through equal partnerships. If we start as partners we will not emulate a parent-child relationship. How we approach our relationships can liberate us to take on the role of a servant.
no Participatory Stage
We believe that where we can
create change, the native
evangelist can provide
authenticity. The far-off
missionary is needed since we are responsible for meeting "Gospel opportunity" with an abundance of resources that God allows us to access and manage. We do not wait to be invited to participate but operate as an interdependent, multicultural church family.