Overcoming Behavioral Modification

changed + transformedIt is so clear throughout Scripture that God is concerned with our hearts. He doesn’t need us merely have behavioral changes or get everything right–He needs our heart to be changed and transformed. This is what we need to be after.

I often think about the difference between good and great. With behavior modification, some things in your life will change, and it could be good. But God is not interested in good or okay, He wants great. He wants wholeness. He wants freedom. Continue reading “Overcoming Behavioral Modification”


Sherri – Mercy Multiplied Graduate

SherriOver the past 18 years, I tried to find happiness through drugs, alcohol, food, cutting, and the approval of others. I saw myself as a failure and believed the enemy’s lies that everyone would be better off if I wasn’t “in the way.” I tried to commit suicide but was unsuccessful. For a year and a half I was in and out of treatment programs and was unable to complete a single one of them.  Continue reading “Sherri – Mercy Multiplied Graduate”


Amber – Mercy Multiplied Graduate

AmberBefore Mercy, I had a lot of pain in my life. My parents fought a lot when I was little and my dad was very violent towards my mother and older siblings, including using gun threats. Eventually my parents divorced. I also lost my vision in my right eye when my sister accidentally shot me with a bb gun. As a teenager, I had a poor self-image and developed bulimia. Continue reading “Amber – Mercy Multiplied Graduate”