Mercy House Global is located about 40 miles from downtown Houston. Our red barn that houses one of our retail stores, thousands of dollars in Fair Trade Friday product and hundreds of volunteers a month, escaped storm and flooding damage. The other retail store had to be emptied due to rising water and it will reopen soon.
We are so grateful and that gratitude is a driving force to do something to help in our city. Many of our volunteers, donors and community have suffered devastating losses. After distributing water, diapers and much needed supplies to evacuees from our barn, we are now collecting gift cards to be distributed to displaced Texans.
Thanks for your support!
Three years ago Mercy House Global introduced Fair Trade Friday. Thousands of boxes later and countless jobs provided-we thank God for the many women who are being empowered with hope and dignity around the globe. It’s the unlikely story of how God is connecting women around the globe to help each other. We are so
by Kristen Welch, Founder Her daughter got pregnant at 14. “She was in the sixth grade,” she tells me. She wasn’t promiscuous or disobedient; she was desperate. I didn’t ask what it was like to let your little girl sleep with old men for food because the tears rolling down her cheeks was answer enough. Her pregnant
by founder, Kristen Welch I pulled up to my church and looked through the window and I saw a miracle: Every fair trade item perfectly placed in the new Mercy House Global Market, ready for it’s grand opening. I, mean, this second retail store didn’t exist a month ago and now it does. It’s beautiful, I thought. But as
When our family left Kenya three weeks ago, we left burdened. The kind of weight that sits on your heart and is there when you go to bed and when you wake up and the long hours in between. Maybe you know the kind of heaviness I’m talking about. It’s the kind that will crush you if you
At just 14 years old, Irene was tricked into believing she would be given steady work. Her family in Uganda was very poor and barely surviving and she thought a good job would change everything. Irene was a victim of modern day slavery. She was illegally brought into Kenya and forced to work without pay. She ran away from home for work, but
When something is healthy–it grows. Growth isn’t always easy or comfortable, but it’s always a good sign. We are experiencing sweet growth in Kenya. In January, when the new school term began, several of our teen mommas who had finished the residential program at Rehema House, were ready to dip their toes back into school, either academic
[Learn about our Home for Christmas Campaign] Look what you have done: In Kenya, thanks to you, 32 teen moms have been rescued from dangerous situations and become mothers in safe and loving maternity homes, 31 miracle babies have taken their first breath, 12 street moms and their 19 children now have a warm place
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We rescued our first pregnant girl in Kenya more than 6 years ago. 32 teen moms later and we are humbled by what God has done–how He has given us precious children to love and healed, redeemed, and transformed these broken girls into beautiful mothers. There have been hardships and setbacks and broken hearts along