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God Loves Italy!

God Loves Italy!

In response to a 6.2 earthquake that shook central Italy last Wednesday, MercyWorks is sending teams to help.  We anticipate the teams will primarily minister through prayer and counseling, but helping to meet the practical needs as well. We invite you to join us in praying about this. If you desire to join either the assessment or […]

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MercyWorks Reaches Out to our Flooded Neighbors

MercyWorks Reaches Out to our Flooded Neighbors

At least 13 people are dead from the flooding that struck the Baton Rouge and Lafayette, Louisiana areas.  Tens of thousands have been rescued, and so far at least 70,000 have registered for federal disaster assistance. The ongoing torrential rains have damaged an estimated 40,000 homes with the result that Louisiana is now facing its […]

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Love and War in the USA

Love and War in the USA

If one were to watch even 10 minutes of news in the US this summer, one would quickly discern we are at war. We face enemies within our own borders.  At times it seems as though we are having a civil war. The following verse has stood out to me during this season and also […]

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MercyWorks Responds to Ecuador Disaster

MercyWorks Responds to Ecuador Disaster

a 51 weeks ago, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal leaving thousands dead, buildings flattened, and hundreds trapped under mounds of rubble.  Now, a week shy of the one year anniversary of that quake, another 7.8 earthquake has struck – this time in the South American country of Ecuador.  Thankfully the death toll from the […]

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MercyWorks Alleviating Poverty One Widow at a Time

MercyWorks Alleviating Poverty One Widow at a Time

Meet Birsha. She is a widowed lady who lives in Nepal. Her kids are grown but live near her. Birsha’s husband was the family breadwinner but now he is gone and she found herself working in construction. Birsha used to carry up to 100 pounds of construction materials on her back. Most women like her […]

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MercyWorks Helps Syrian Refugees

MercyWorks Helps Syrian Refugees

Turn on the news and soon you’ll see images and hear stories about the flood of refugees fleeing war torn Syria bound for Europe.  Meeting the physical and spiritual needs of Syrian refugees is nothing new for MercyWorks.  We have consistently been showing God’s love to thousands of Syrian refugee families for several years now. Since the […]

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Nepal Earthquake Video

Nepal Earthquake Video

CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO PLAY THE VIDEO MercyWorks is distributing tents at $60 each and helping with the rebuilding efforts.  100% of your donation will go to help the people of Nepal.

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MercyWorks Sends Team and Supplies to Nepal

MercyWorks Sends Team and Supplies to Nepal

Tyler, Texas, April 28, 2015 – People around the world were left stunned at the devastation and loss of life from the 7.8 earthquake that rocked Nepal on Saturday.  Thousands are dead, while many thousands more are without food, water or electricity.  Houses and buildings have been leveled.  Hospitals are so overrun that patients are being […]

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MercyWorks Responds to Killer Quake in Nepal

MercyWorks Responds to Killer Quake in Nepal

By now you’ve heard about the killer 7.8 earthquake in Nepal leaving so many dead, buildings flattened, and likely hundreds trapped under mounds of rubble.  Hospitals are so crowded in the capital city of Katmandu that many are being treated outdoors.  Everywhere people are asking: What can they do to make a difference? a The […]

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No Greater Love

No Greater Love

If you haven’t met her already, I’d like to introduce you to my youngest sister, Becky. I was six-years-old when she was born. She was an adorable baby and our family was thrilled to have her. As time went on, my parents began to think something wasn’t right with Becky. After extensive testing, it was […]

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Trades of Hope

Trades of Hope

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A Home for Angel

A Home for Angel

Pictured below is a Filipino grandmother I call Angel. Her husband died many years ago, leaving Angel with a young son. She has worked hard to provide for her boy. Angel’s son grew up, got married and had several children. Two years ago, his wife died. Today Angel’s son works far from home on a […]

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Responding to Haiyan

Responding to Haiyan

Filipinos are grappling with devastation on a massive scale today as a result of Typhoon Haiyan.  Thousands are without electricity. And food.  And water. Houses and buildings have been levelled. Hospitals are overrun with patients. Medical supplies are rapidly running out with hundreds are lying dead on the ground.  And the death toll is expected […]

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Philippines News Flash

Philippines News Flash

The central Philippine city of Tacloban was in ruins Saturday, a day after being ravaged by perhaps the strongest typhoon ever recorded.  Horrified residents spoke of huge storm surges and authorities are expecting an extremely high number of fatalities.  As the number of confirmed dead from the typhoon disaster continues to rise, some estimates are […]

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Another Mass Exodus of Syrians

Another Mass Exodus of Syrians

The United Nations reported today that over 1 million of the Syrian refugees are children!  Of these, 740,000 are under 11 years of age.  Another 2 million kids are displaced within their own country. This week news services have reported the Syrian government used chemical weapons to kill their own people.  CNN reported over 1,300 […]

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MercyWorks is Going to Oklahoma!

MercyWorks is Going to Oklahoma!

Last fall, MercyWorks delivered world beds to be used among the Syrian refugees living on the Jordan/Syria border. We now are able to help people in our own back yard, in neighboring Oklahoma, who have become homeless. MercyWorks is sending a load of world beds in response to yesterday’s killer tornadoes. For just $20, you […]

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Jordanian Believers Helping Refugees

Jordanian Believers Helping Refugees

Assalamu alaikum!  (Peace be upon you!)  I recently returned from an eye-opening trip to the Jordan/Syria border.  It was great to return in the spring of 2013 after my initial visit in the fall of 2012 and to see how the work among the Syrian refugees is going full speed ahead. The first refugee family […]

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Praying for Syria

Praying for Syria

Who’s looking for a whale? “And should I not pity Nineveh, that great city, in which there are 120,000 persons who do not know their right hand from their left and also many cattle?” (Jonah 4:11) God expressed his heart to Jonah, who of course had other ideas. He ended up in a whale’s belly […]

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Hurricane Sandy Response Team

Hurricane Sandy Response Team

We have an opportunity to minister to people adversely affected by Hurricane Sandy. Today as I write, one million people are still without power.  Thousands more are now homeless and have lost all they had. MercyWorks is sending our first team to help to Atlantic City, New Jersey and we have room for you!  The […]

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Syrian Refugee Crisis Update

Syrian Refugee Crisis Update

The crisis in Syria worsens by the day.  You may have heard that some 30,000 Syrians have been killed by President al-Assad in the past year.  I recently returned from northern Jordan where 200,000 Syrian refugees are currently living.  The stories I heard from those who escaped were both horrifying and heartbreaking.  If ever there […]

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Syrian Refugee Crisis

Syrian Refugee Crisis

Official reports from Jordan, state that 183,000 Syrians have sought refuge in the nation, with 1,000 new refugees now arriving each day.Since internal conflict began between the Syrian government and opposition groups in March 2011, the UNHCR reports that over 235,300 people have fled war torn Syria and taken refuge in Jordan, Turkey, Iraq and […]

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Needed: Goats and Doctors!

Needed: Goats and Doctors!

Hope your summer is going well. We are in need of goats and doctors as you can tell. Please be in prayer about the following … Gideon is our MercyWorks contact in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and manages the animal bank project. MercyWorks has been purchasing goats there for three years at $65 each. The goats are […]

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MercyWorks Continues to Help Syria

MercyWorks Continues to Help Syria

“For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.” Eph 6: 12 NKJVReports from Syria lately illustrate the ongoing fighting not only within the nation, but also between the spiritual principalities and powers. Demonic forces […]

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MercyWorks to Help Syrian Refugees

MercyWorks to Help Syrian Refugees

Syrian refugees are fleeing the destruction of their homeland. There are just under 20,000 refugees living in tent cities across the Turkish border, 5,000 refugees in the Bekaa Valley and just under 8,000 refugees in Jordan. Even in Syria there are over 200,000 internally displaced persons, with the potential of that number multiplying rapidly. MercyWorks […]

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Japan – A Year Later. What’s Ahead?

Japan – A Year Later. What’s Ahead?

Just one short year ago, on March 11, we watched in horror as giant tsunami waves literally swept away whole towns in Japan. Thousands of people lost their lives, as they tried in vain to escape the powerful ocean walls, after the record breaking 9.0 earthquake had already shaken the Japanese islands to the core. […]

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I Care Packs for South Sudan!

I Care Packs for South Sudan!

The Republic of South Sudan is a nation that has been on the heart of MercyWorks staff for many years. Our latest medical outreach, planned for March 26 – April 10 will revisit South Sudan, now the newest nation on earth since the vote for independence in July 2011. Alongside this outreach, a shipping container […]

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MercyWorks Team Returns from Japan

MercyWorks Team Returns from Japan

On Friday, October 16, a seven-member team made up of MercyWorks staff and volunteers returned from a life-changing missions trip to Japan.  Led by MercyWorks founder Debbie Lascelles, the team distributed Japanese Ear Bibles, prayed with and comforted tsunami survivors, cleared away debris and rubble, encouraged weary church workers and spent much time conducting prayer […]

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MercyWorks Responds to Texas Wildfires

MercyWorks Responds to Texas Wildfires

Pray with us! Right now in our own back yard in Texas wildfires are raging out of control.  As of today, nearly 1,400 homes have burned and the fires are only 30% contained.  Firefighters have been battling the blazes for days to gain control.  In Bastrop, a town between San Antonio, Austin and Houston, some […]

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Japan Needs our Prayers

Japan Needs our Prayers

A MercyWorks team is leaving for Japan on October 6. This team will distribute Japanese Ear Bibles, while also assisting with rebuilding efforts and grief counseling.  Many hundreds of people remain homeless since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th, 2011 that killed 15,690 and left 4,753 “missing”. Even now the cleanup of debris from […]

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Animal Bank Opens in Zimbabawe

Animal Bank Opens in Zimbabawe

We have good news to share with you.  Part of our mission is to help alleviate poverty by listening to people in need, helping them come up with solutions to help better their families and their communities both spiritually and physically.  One of the things we’ve gleaned from spending time with people in need in […]

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Volunteers Needed in Mississippi

Volunteers Needed in Mississippi

While continuing to reach out to Haiti on a long-term basis, and at the same time responding to the recent Japanese earthquake and tsunami, MercyWorks is now also answering the call in our own backyard.  The tornadoes and storms that ripped through several southern states this week leaving hundreds dead is the second-worst in US […]

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NOW is Japan’s Hour

NOW is Japan’s Hour

We have been in contact with co-workers in Japan on the ground working overtime to help meet the staggering needs from this staggering natural disaster.  MercyWorks has been praying about any way God would have us reach out to Japan during this dark hour. Today it is virtually unthinkable in our politically correct world to […]

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MercyWorks Responds to Christchurch Earthquake

MercyWorks Responds to Christchurch Earthquake

The 6.3 magnitude earthquake that struck Christchurch, New Zealand last week has left hundreds dead and many more still missing and unaccounted for.  A MercyWorks response team has been in communication with relief workers on the ground in Christchurch, New Zealand’s second largest city. YWAM worker Richard Betts told MercyWorks founder Debbie Lascelles, “We would […]

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$20,000 Donation to Zimbabwe Ministry

$20,000 Donation to Zimbabwe Ministry

January 5, 2011 – Tyler, TX.  A donation of $20,000 was made today by MercyWorks to a YWAM ministry serving in rural Zimbabwe.  The gift was made to purchase a reliable vehicle to transport sick children with AIDS to town on a regular basis.  Additionally, the vehicle will serve as an ambulance for the ill […]

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Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

While MercyWorks was stretched mightily in 2010, we were also given opportunities to love, to grow and to give. This past year brought some major global challenges for MercyWorks as well as some very personal ones for me. In Haiti, children with broken limbs received restorative surgeries at no cost, while water filters were placed […]

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A Dream Comes True in Sri Lanka

A Dream Comes True in Sri Lanka

Ten years ago, a young man named Pastor Yogesh started a church with only a bag of clothes. He sacrificed many things to launch this ministry and faced many persecutions and death threats from Buddhist factions and after the December 2004 tsunami destroyed his home and church building. All that was left was his heart […]

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1.5 Million Haitians Relocate

1.5 Million Haitians Relocate

Nearly one and a half million Haitians living in tent cities in and around Port au Prince are once again in upheaval after being told to relocate in the wake of the threat from Hurricane Tomas.  Haiti is still bearing the brunt from torrential rains that have pounded the land relentlessly for months during a […]

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Hundreds Dead, Thousands Sick in Haiti

Hundreds Dead, Thousands Sick in Haiti

The attention of the world is back on Haiti.  And the reasons for it are not good.  As a result of the recent massive rains during the rainy season, and people drinking from rivers that have overflowed, a severe cholera epidemic has broken out in central Haiti.  According to Reuters, already 259 are confirmed dead […]

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Pakistan Prayer Points

Pakistan Prayer Points

1. Pray for aid to reach to where it is intended to go. 2. Pray the Taliban will be rendered powerless on its threat to attack aid workers. 3. Pray for grace and comfort for the Pakistan Christians to remain faithful to Christ as they face persecution by the majority religion.

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MercyWorks Medical Outreach Opportunity!

MercyWorks Medical Outreach Opportunity!

Greetings from MercyWorks!  We have an exciting medical missions opportunity.  This fall, from October 18 to November 8, MercyWorks is sending a medical team to Peru and have openings for doctors and nurses.  Karen Youngblood, our international medical coordinator, will be heading up the medical team. The MercyWorks medical team will be serving the Shipibo […]

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Rejoice with Us!

Rejoice with Us!

The MercyWorks office extension is almost complete!  Construction of the two new offices at our headquarters began in May, adding 400 square feet and giving MercyWorks more office space and a much needed pharmacy.  We are extremely grateful to those who gave generously towards this project! A special thanks goes out to Ewell Dickerson and […]

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MercyWorks to Give More Micro Enterprise Loans

MercyWorks to Give More Micro Enterprise Loans

As we just celebrated Independence Day here in the USA, MercyWorks is helping people in Asia as well as in our own hemisphere to know God and to help care for their own families. At the end of last year, a MercyWorks team visited a Micro Enterprise Development project in Pattaya, Thailand, called “Itsera” (the […]

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MercyWorks Continues to Serve Haiti

MercyWorks Continues to Serve Haiti

Closer to home, it’s now been over six months since the horrifying earthquake struck Port-au-Prince with such devastation on January 12. Since that time, MercyWorks medical and construction teams have worked nonstop to help those afflicted by natural disaster. Over the last six months, we have sent more than 200 volunteers to Haiti who have […]

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With prayer and purpose: Wyatts, Patterson determined to minister to Haitians

With prayer and purpose: Wyatts, Patterson determined to minister to Haitians

Mike and Karen Wyatt and their friend Brandon Patterson of Gatlinburg came back from Haiti with more stories than they can possibly tell in a two-hour presentation, but they offered up the highlights of their mission trip recently at the Shagbark Club House. The Wyatts traveled to Haiti less than a week after the 7.0 […]

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Critical Medical Need in Chile

Critical Medical Need in Chile

An urgent call for medical help has come from our YWAM contacts in Chile.  The recent 8.8 earthquake has left 1,500,000 homeless. Many men, women and children are in need of critical medical care. MercyWorks plans to send a medical team to Chile from April 1 – 11.  The total cost for the trip is […]

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New Building Plans at Mercy Works HQ

New Building Plans at Mercy Works HQ

In other news, MercyWorks plans to build two offices onto our existing headquarters in East Texas. Construction is fairly simple but we will need help with pouring the foundation, framing, roofing, electrical work, installing insulation, drywall, painting and trim work.  If you or anyone you know of is interested in volunteering to help meet this […]

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EAST TEXANS PREPARE “CONTAINER OF COMPASSION”

EAST TEXANS PREPARE “CONTAINER OF COMPASSION”

Tyler, Texas | February 4, 2010  — The relief arm of Youth With A Mission Tyler, MercyWorks has responded to the Haiti earthquake by sending three medical teams to Port-au-Prince.  Additional medical teams are scheduled to leave next week and the following week.  Volunteer doctors, nurses, EMTs and the like are treating over 1,000 men, […]

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East Texans To The Rescue

East Texans To The Rescue

By PATRICK S. BUTLER Religion Editor – TylerPaper.com The “heartbreaking” conditions of “families who have lost everything” has been the week-long scenario Smith County medical workers have endured in Haiti since Tuesday. The team sent from Youth With A Mission of Tyler’s MercyWorks has experienced “overwhelming conditions” during their week-long stay, a MercyWorks staffer on […]

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Latest Audio Podcast from Debbie Lascelles

Latest Audio Podcast from Debbie Lascelles

Debbie Lascelles reports on the situation in Haiti and MercyWorks’ initial response to the disaster. Debbie serves as director of Mercy Works at Youth With A Mission.She has traveled to countries ravished by war, demolished by earthquakes and impoverished by famine.

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