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MercyWorks Mobilizes Teams to Florida after Hurricane Michael

MercyWorks is currently mobilizing volunteers to help with the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. We are working the in the Panama Beach area and are primarily involved in clean up efforts, as well as the distribution of food, water and supplies and as always, offering spiritual and emotional support when appropriate. Currently are greatest needs are skilled chainsaw workers who can clean roads, driveways, rooftops, etc. We are also putting tarps on roofs and assisting with debris removal. Non skilled workers can be put to use helping distribute relief supplies. Please e-mail us at:  mercy@mercyworks.org if you could like to respond by going. Funds are needed to help purchase supplies to assist...

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A Special Invitation From MercyWorks For YOU!

As you know, MercyWorks has been rebuilding homes in Houston and will be doing so for quite some time. We are also working in Puerto Rico. Our first team brought 1,000 doses of antibiotics to a major hospital in San Juan that had completely run out. They also provided much needed water purification chemicals so people wouldn’t have to drink the contaminated water, as well as removing trees and debris from people’s homes and property. From Dec. 6-12, MercyWorks is sending a ministry team back to Puerto Rico to continue in the ongoing recovery efforts. And we are inviting...

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Debbie Lascelles Reports From Houston

A few days after the worst of Hurricane Harvey, MercyWorks learned of a poor neighborhood in northeast Houston where approximately 800 homes were flooded and no one had received help. Here’s what is entailed in the “adoption” of a Lakewood family and their home: As you prefer, you can send a construction team with funds to repair a home yourselves or you can send funds or gift cards for building materials and MercyWorks will find volunteers to do the work. The average cost ofmaterials to repair each home is $5,000. CLICK LINK to donate/volunteer...

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Join with MercyWorks in “adopting” a Houston family!

View the Adopt-A-Home Video Adopt-A-Home CLICK HERE A few days after the worst of Hurricane Harvey, MercyWorks learned of a poor neighborhood in northeast Houston where approximately 800 homes were flooded and no one had received help.  The area is called Lakewood. Along with several ministry partners, MercyWorks is seeking individuals, families, businesses, ministries, churches, etc. to “adopt” one of these 800 homes along with that family who resides in that home, to see their homes and hearts restored. What exactly does it mean to “adopt” one of these homes?  And what is involved in choosing one (or more) or...

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