Tag Archives: Ministries of Mercy

Refugee Ministry in an Age of Terror

For Pat Hatch, the journey toward working with refugees began 35 years ago in an unlikely place: Seoul, South Korea

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Church is Changed by Serving the Fatherless

Investing in Palmer Home has forced Evangel members to see how the world’s brokenness can harm the most vulnerable. But God is a Father to the fatherless, and the Gospel has the power to change lives.

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A Nabors Way to Show Mercy

In mercy ministry, Nabors notes, the overall goal is not to feed people for a day, but to encourage, train, and disciple them so that one day they will be able to feed themselves and minister to others.

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Why Your Church Should Work with Social Services

Reasoning Together chatted with Dave Perrin, Director of Ministry Development for Cornerstone Presbyterian Church (Lexington Park, MD), about his congregation’s surprising partnership with Maryland’s department of social services and how other churches can follow suit.

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