Mercy Gate Ministries
Restore Hope. Release Compassion. Change Lives.
Mercy Gate Ministries is a Kerr County 501(c)(3) ministry dedicated to demonstrating the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ to those affected by human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
Cycles of abuse, addiction, and poverty causes individuals and families to be vulnerable to this global oppression of modern day slavery. Compelled by the love of Christ, we meet them exactly as they are, infusing them with renewed hope and restored dignity.
Mercy Gate Ministries formed as a result of three Kerr County women joining hearts and visions to see poverty eradicated, and trafficked victims supported into freedom. Founding members Chae Spencer, Lisa Carpenter, and Lana Seibert have a combined ministry experience of over 30 years, each of them dedicated to personal ministry until forming Mercy Gate as a means of reaching a greater scope of those in need.
Seibert has ministered for years at a local non-profit organization for abandoned children, and brings a unique skill set and passion to the mix. Together they organize local events to raise awareness about poverty and human trafficking, and regularly meet firsthand with those who come to Mercy Gate for assistance.