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Kissed by Mercy - The single

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Kissed by Mercy - The single


I had the amazing privilege of visiting Mercy Ships at the start of the year when the were stationed in Benin. Although I had seen their work via social media nothing could have prepared me for the experience of seeing their work in person. I came home to the UK with an absolute steadfast passiom to tell as many people as possible about the life transforming operations I witnessed and the love and care that was delivered to each an every visitor to the ship by the staff on board. One of the ways I can do this is by using my craft as a song writer to help convey the work of Mercy Ships. It was a big challenge and I was nervous of being able to capture the heart beat of this amazing charity but with the help of my good friend and producer Dan Wheeler we managed to create the single 'Kissed by Mercy.'  I'm overwhelmed by the response so far to the song and the video and hope that as people catch a glimpse of this extraordinary charity, others will have their hearts moved to join with us in supporting the continued work far into the future.

All profits from the single go towards the continued work of Mercy Ships.

Written by Nicki Rogers

Produced by Dan Wheeler

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A lack of access to safe surgery kills more people in low-income countries than HIV/Aids, tuberculosis and malaria combined. Globally, there are five billion people who have no access to safe surgery. Mercy Ships is working hard to plug this gap.

The charity operates the largest civilian hospital ship in the world, delivering vital, free healthcare to some of the world’s poorest countries. This “floating hospital” is staffed almost entirely by volunteers, who give their expertise for free to help treat dental and eye problems, cleft lips and palates, tumours, club feet, childbirth injuries, burns and a variety of other conditions.

Since 1978, Mercy Ships has visited more than 70 countries, providing services worth more than £1 billion that have directly helped more than 2.5 million people. Mercy Ships has also trained more than 38,000 local health professionals in order to leave a legacy that lasts. Support this important work today:

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