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For all people to know Christ and for Christ to be revealed in and glorified through them.

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Frank’s Story

 

 

Soon after Brother Frank gave his life to Jesus and was set free from heroin addiction at twenty-five, he was called into full-time evangelistic ministry. God has graciously helped him to carry out this work of building up the body of Christ and winning souls through teaching conferences and evangelistic outreaches. For the last nine years Frank has lived out of a suitcase, pleading with people in Asian villages, slums, prisons, and cities from the East to the West to consecrate themselves wholly to the Savior. At times a few hundred are saved and other times “just” one soul. Thousands of believers have recommitted themselves to Jesus and received a deeper understanding in the knowledge of God.

In 2015 the Lord led Brother Frank to found Mercy Works Ministries. By co-laboring with other ministries, Mercy Works is building up the body of Christ and winning souls. Brother Frank firmly believes these are the last days and we must pursue God’s passion, “to seek and to save that which was lost” (Luke 19:10) while equally desiring “Christ [to be] revealed in us”(Gal 1:16; 4;19).

Frank is married to Deirdre and they are blessed with a baby girl named Ahrielle. They currently live in upstate New York.

Deirdre’s Story

 

Deirdre grew up in a non-Christian home and committed her life to Christ at the age of 18. God delivered her free from anxiety attacks and depression. Today she is serving along side her husband and answering the call God placed in her life – to the nations.

WHAT WE DO:

 

Overseas

In-house teaching conferences.

Short-term discipleship training.

Evanglistic meetings in schools, villages, slums, and cities.

 

United States

Preach in churches, homeless shelters, prisons, and drug rehabilitation centers.

Why Give to Mercy Works?

 

We believe that by meeting the need through the Mercy of God, lives are transformed.

When you give to Mercy Works, over 95% of your donation is poured into the ministry. Donations are used to cover travel expenses from hotels to buses and planes, as well as the everyday living expenses. Each mission being unique, we minister to the one and to the masses. We endeavor to meet the need just as the Mercy of Jesus meets the need.

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Mercy Works would love to partner with you. Please contact us in how we might serve you and your community. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.

 

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