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What are people saying?

"Benin is going to be very significant. A country unknown to many, which means the poorest of the poor in Benin may not even be the forgotten, but the unknown. The paths of our lives are about to cross with theirs."— Allye
"On this ship in Africa, Vernel finally found his audience: 350 people who see beyond his deformity. By the time surgeons repaired Vernel’s cleft lip, he’d forgotten he had it."— Catherine
"In February, she was very sick. Today she is a happy two-year-old. Her wounds are healing, her health is improving and her future is bright.  What a privilege it is to find patients and bring them to the ship."— Mirjam
"As you start your new adventure with Mercy Ships, or if you have been serving for years, remember that Jesus calls you to be the light of the world.  Let your light shine!  God has created you to be the response for a dying and hurting world."— Brian
"I'm a Registered Nurse that has an Emergency and PACU background from Hervey Bay, Queensland Australia. I'm interested to hear what life aboard the Mercy ship is all about!"— Chris
"Some might call it a chance encounter; we would call it divine."— Krissy
"It’s the decision to trust God, to follow Him, which allows me to see Him at work and be a part of His work in the world. That is a priceless gain, which comes at a priceless sacrifice."— Ryan