by Susan Huppert, NAMMA Visions of growth and a strong will can spur real development. That’s the case in a small Texas port northeast of Corpus Christi. At Point Comfort, ship visitor Rhonda Cummins began visiting international crews who docked there about four years
Article audio (courtesy of Don Sheetz) by Susan Huppert, NAMMA The dynamic seafarers' ministry in the Port of Port Arthur, Texas, is welcoming seafarers to its center with Christmas cheer and boarding ships with gifts. The local Stella Maris outreach operates through
Article audio (courtesy of Don Sheetz) by Susan Huppert, NAMMA Giving can begin with just a conversation. Rob Henkel, Vice President of Operations and Galveston Cruise for Ceres Terminals Inc. found a conversation at the docks that lead to a much-needed gift.
On the week of January 27, chaplains, ship visitors, center administrators, and others involved in maritime ministry from all over the world convened on the Houston International Seafarers’ Center (HISC) to take a NAMMA-led course on serving seafarers. Students of