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Forgiveness: An Open Door for Jesus to Heal

Posted on June 23, 2017 at 11:08am by Marine Reach No Comment
Forgiveness: An Open Door for Jesus to Heal

Outreach Testimony! On my team’s first day of outreach in Vanuatu, we heard about something called the healing waters, which were an area of water blessed by the Holy Spirit. People from every island of Vanuatu were coming with the expectation of being healed. When we arrived, we found over 250 people sitting in pools…

The Art of Godly Stillness

Posted on April 3, 2017 at 12:37pm by Marine Reach No Comment
The Art of Godly Stillness

It seems like no matter where I go or what I do, there’s always an expectation. Do something. Anything. It doesn’t really matter what, but whatever you do, don’t remain still, lest you be caught lazy or weak. Have you ever noticed how awkwardly we view silence in a conversation. And wandering in the quiet, alone,…

Prepare The Way

Posted on December 9, 2016 at 11:20am by Marine Reach No Comment
Prepare The Way

During a recent outreach, Medical Compassion team 2 had the opportunity to go to the Island of Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu. The name of the island translated from Spanish is Holy Spirit. When Captain Pedro Fernandes de Quiros discovered Vanuatu and landed on the island, he claimed it in the name of Jesus Christ. The…

Outreach Victories!

Posted on December 5, 2016 at 3:15pm by Marine Reach No Comment
Outreach Victories!

Last Thursday night was a night set aside to celebrate the graduation of our thirty-five, July 2016 DTS students.  We heard amazing stories as the students who had spent 12 weeks building and investing in their own relationship with God, were teaching and witnessing to others how to take religion and replace it with relationship….

M/V Pacific Hope returns home.

Posted on November 8, 2015 at 5:51pm by Marine Reach No Comment
M/V Pacific Hope returns home.

The M/V Pacific Hope has now returned to New Zealand after four exciting months in Fiji and Vanuatu. Over six thousand people received medical care with thousands more receiving ministry from Community Development Teams and school visitations. Over 30,000 litres of water was made by the ships water maker for local communities who had simply…