Together, we can make a difference in our neighborhood, in our nation, and around the world. For Vessels of Mercy International, Hope starts right here at home and, then, stretches around the world. We partner with organizations, churches, ministries and individuals making resources and strategic tools available to restore broken lives. We give them a living example of the love of Jesus Christ, the epitome of mercy for you, me and the world. The word “mercy” is defined as compassionate treatment of those in distress. Every year, we turn the noun “mercy” into an action verb by taking steps to break the cycle of poverty and alleviate suffering to those in desperate need. By offering hope and assisting people to become self-sustaining, they can reach their full God-given potential. The result will be lives changed and transformed.
We believe that we are all containers…all vessels, many shapes and many sizes. We show Jesus through our life when we take an opportunity to go and serve others while serving God. Together, we can offer hope and be a part of the change we want to see in our neighborhoods, our nation, and around the world! Join us in extending Hope to a world in need. Hope changes everything!
Bev Gibson started in 1982 by helping to establish the dental arm of Crossover Ministry. In 1983, Bev joined Youth with a Mission/Mercy Ships to serve on board the Anastasis in the South Pacific Islands. Since then Bev has served in over 150 different countries and has given more than 30 years of service to the nations. In 1995, Vessels of Mercy International, Inc. was founded by Bev Gibson. Bev continues to work on behalf of the poor and the underserved both around the world and at home.
Vessels of Mercy International is governed by a board of directors that maintains legal control of the organization’s assets, making certain that contribution designations are honored and that the work of the organization remains consistent with its stated philosophy, purpose and mission. Vessels of Mercy International, Inc. is registered with the Department of Consumer Affairs and is also an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau for Charitable Giving.
Vessels of Mercy International does not differentiate or withhold program services based on race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin, marital status, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, or age.