DON’T FORGET: “… Do unto others as you would have them do unto you…”
DUO – Do Unto Others
Is a program developed in partnership with the Salvation Army in Adelaide CBD that started in March 2012.
Every Saturday we provide a safe place for around 200 homeless, where they receive a meal served with dignity (think real plates, real cutlery, home cooked style meals delivered to their tables..), barista made coffees, a movie room, games, music… all in the company of Christian volunteers coming from many churches with the heart to show them love. We run a chapel service after dinner that has become the “local church” to many homeless where we worship God together.
This program has helped many of them to realize their value and take the steps out of their circumstances and into a better life. At their request we started a Wednesday Bible Study meeting that has been attended by a group of around 70 people searching for more of God. And this is just the beginning!
Is a ministry reaching out to the people trapped in the sex industry. Visiting brothels, finding sex workers on the streets, offering help and assistance to those wanting out. An exciting ministry that since 2003 has expanded to other cities and countries.
Going from Adelaide into the outback following the Stuart Highway for more than 3000 Km. We have a passion to connect with country towns, aboriginal communities, local pastors and missionaries. Serving in their ministries we aid in the discipleship and evangelism of the country areas.
An amazing work in one of the most beautiful and exotic places on Earth.
Australian Mercy is the the mercy ministry arm of Youth With A Mission Australia. We have offices all over Australia including in Burnie Tasmania as well as in Adelaide and Melbourne.
We do our best to ensure that our projects consistently reflect biblically based development goals. Our work is as diverse as it is challenging.
Australian Mercy will partners with many other organisationsin serving the poor. We are uniquely placed to serve those in need both in Australia and other countries. With over 25 projects around the globe there is plenty to keep us busy!
Sustainable Food Project
With many people in the world suffering from malnourishment and food shortages, we are working on a sustainable food project.
Using both permaculture and aquaponics, we are going to be able to grow our own vegetables and food, and be able to teach others likewise.
YWAM Southlands Melbourne runs a weekly outreach to feed the less fortunate in St Kilda each week.
Lots of people line up for some nice food and a bit of conversation as we celebrate life and our responsibility to help each other.