Starting the Conversation

Mercy Multiplied - OvercomeWhen you start to see signs and symptoms in someone, it can take a while to find the willingness to confront them. Confronting someone about an issue that you’ve noticed is not easy. First and foremost, it is important to recognize that if your main goal is to help somebody break the behaviors of whatever they’re dealing with, you probably won’t get very far. Instead, the goal that God wants them to get to is finding healing and freedom in their heart. Continue reading “Starting the Conversation”


Kody – Mercy Multiplied Graduate

KodyMy father was an alcoholic and my mother was addicted to prescription drugs and very suicidal. My life growing up was chaotic and painful. There were constant screams, tears, and pain. Hiding in dark closets was a part of life with my father. When I was 12, my dad left and my mom’s drug abuse got worse. I became the mother to her and my younger sister. Continue reading “Kody – Mercy Multiplied Graduate”


Hazel’s Story

EmpoweredBefore I came to Mercy Multiplied, I was very against Christianity. I believed that there was God, but I did not believe that He was good. When I came to Mercy, I got to know God and Jesus, the most beautiful man who died on the cross not just for me, but for all sinners. I walked away from Mercy knowing that God is good.

After I graduated from Mercy, I started working with girls with life-controlling issues. When I started my job, I was the only Christian in my unit and things were out of control. We had riots; I was assaulted seven times within my first 3 months of working there. Continue reading “Hazel’s Story”