2019 | Activity Reports

Monthly Activity Reports

2019

Aug

August 2019

“We are in the final stages of working through the logistics for Friend Ships Camp Gaza and are able to start shipping additional tents and medical equipment from Port Mercy.”

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Jul

July 2019

“The most exciting news at Port Mercy is the acquisition of the beautiful Paddle Wheel that we plan to develop as a very special Christian Event Center.”

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Jun

June 2019

“The wait is over for breaking ground at the new Gaza medical clinic and humanitarian aid camp! Thank you for your prayers! … We are about 1/3rd of the way on our quest to raise $100,000 to obtain a beautiful new field medical clinic in neighboring Jordan.”

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May

May 2019

“Our Friend Ships Director and Doctor in Israel are meeting with medical personnel and interpreters who are interested in volunteering for the Gaza project.”

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Apr

April 2019

“The work in Israel has been exciting. The Lord has provided a donor to bring in contractors to blacktop the ground for our new facility in Gaza. They will also be installing water, power and fencing that will serve us for a long-term mission. What a massive blessing!”

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Mar

March 2019

“We have located and moved into a lovely house in Israel to serve as an offsite base only a few miles from the facility. And as soon as we rented this large, empty home, our friends Barry and Batya Segal of Vision for Israel provided a house full of furniture, appliances, bedding, dishes and more!”

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Feb

February 2019

“This month has been exciting! Sea Hawk Commander Murray Douglas and our team of wonderful Sea Hawks headed out from Houston to Tel Aviv, Israel”

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Jan

January 2019

“Exciting new opportunity! While we can’t give full details yet, we can say that we will be able to provide medical care and other humanitarian aid to people who are suffering greatly in one of the most significant regions in the world.”

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