Our 10th annual Mercy House Fall Benefit promises to be another inspiring evening as we share moving stories from our theme: “Rise Up!”.
We are truly soaring to new heights!
We invite you and your friends to come witness the hand of God bringing restoration to broken lives. Enjoy our evening of great food, inspiring videos, and wonderful music as we rejoice in all God is doing to rescue and save the lives of precious women and their children.
We are extremely pleased that Pam Frink, our Executive Director, will share a vibrant message of hope about the future of Mercy House.
Pam knew at an early age that she had a passion for women and children in need. She was born the last of five children to an immigrant mother who struggled with her self-worth. Driven by the desire for women to know their worth and destiny, and by her own loneliness as a child, Pam called out to God.
God answered, and for the last twenty-eight years, He has used her in a variety of ways to weave a beautiful story of His redemption. Pam and her husband, Rory, have worked with the California Child Protective Services to foster 29 special needs and at-risk children. They developed and ran a non-profit to help single mothers receive resources to be able to successfully parent.
In 2012, the Frink’s, along with five of their seven children, deployed to Rwanda, Africa, as full-time missionaries. While in Rwanda, Pam worked with the women to develop a business strategy to help them become self-sustainable. There, she opened a training school where the women came to develop their crafts, as well as learn English and biblical principles.
In 2013, Pam and Rory moved to Northern Uganda to oversee Path Ministries as In Country Directors.
While in Uganda, they co-pastored a church, oversaw clean water projects, participated in church plants, and ran an orphanage of over 290 children left orphaned by a rebel regime.
Pam’s personal responsibilities included; co-pastoring, hosting a radio program that reached one million listeners, and overseeing job placement and development of graduating orphans and widowed mothers.
Then, God gave her a new mission.
Pam says, “This is my mission field. I asked God to send me a new mission and He gave me Mercy House. This is truly the passion of my heart. It is not good enough for women to feel misplaced and broken. Babies deserve the right to thrive”.
Pam has a firmly held conviction in her heart about those Mercy House serves. We are looking forward to hearing more from her.
Our Musical Entertainment
We are thrilled to welcome once more the musical talent of the soulful Adrian Hulet as our entertainment.
Our Silent Auction
This year, we have expanded our auction to include some very impressive collector items from sports memorabilia to custom artwork to women’s designer accessories.
We hope you’ll join us for this inspiring evening.
We are ready to reserve a place for YOU!!
Check-in and Meet and Greet with Staff and Residents: 6:30 pm
Dinner and Program: 7:00 pm
To purchase tickets and RSVP, click the Register Button.