Monday, January 3, 2011

Dr. Josh Axe Joins Mercy Multiplied This Sunday!

The response to Mercy Ministries’ new live radio show, Mercy Multiplied, on 99.7 WTN has been amazing! Listeners from across the country have been calling in to discuss life-controlling issues such as eating disorders, self-harm and the growing epidemic of sex trafficking. Your stories of hope and freedom have truly been inspiring. This week we will discuss an issue that affects millions of Americans…addiction. It is estimated that one out of every eight Americans has a significant problem with alcohol or drugs. Millions of others suffer from addictions to food, pornography and sex. Addiction, along with associated mental health disorders, has become one of the most severe health and social problems facing the U.S.*

Dr. Josh Axe and Nancy Alcorn
This Sunday, January 9th, we are honored to have wellness physician, popular radio show host and coveted speaker, Dr. Josh Axe, join us as guest host on Mercy Multiplied. Dr. Axe has a vision to see people empowered with practical advice about God’s biblical principles for healthy living. He has donated hours of service and expertise to Mercy Ministries residents and staff in addition to being a generous financial supporter. Dr. Axe will take your questions during our live discussion, and if you or someone you know suffers from addictions, we can help you find freedom as you learn how to start 2011 with a healthy perspective.

This Sunday we will also be giving away FREE books to all of our callers! Call us with your questions and comments at (615) 737-9986, and if you talk with us on the air, we will send you our “Mercy For” book series. This incredible four-book series covers the topics of eating disorders, self-harm, addictions and sexual abuse and shares the principles for finding freedom used in the Mercy Ministries program.

Please join us from 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM (CST) at SuperTalk 99.7 WTN or listen live at www.mercymultiplied.com from anywhere in the country. A podcast of all the shows is available here.

To learn more about Dr. Josh Axe, visit www.draxe.com.

*Source: SAMHSA (U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)