Friday, January 14, 2011

Mercy Multiplied Live Radio Discussion - Addiction

Founder and President of Mercy Ministries, Nancy Alcorn
America has a significant problem with addiction and Mercy Ministries has helped thousands of hurting young women who struggle with this life-controlling issue. It is estimated that one out of every eight Americans has a significant problem with alcohol or drugs and 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.*  This will be our topic of discussion on this week’s live radio show, Mercy Multiplied, on 99.7 WTN.

Founder and President of Mercy Ministries, Nancy Alcorn, and co-host Eve Annunziato will be joined by Mercy graduate, Rachel. Rachel came to Mercy in 2008 battling a drug addiction, depression and suicidal thoughts. She and her husband had been divorced for about four months, and Rachel was heartbroken because her addictions and unhealthy relationships had caused her to lose custody of her children. While at Mercy, Rachel rededicated her life to Christ, and her life was completely transformed. Her relationships have been restored and when you hear her Mother’s Day story, it will blow your mind!

Please join us this Sunday as we talk about addiction and how to start 2011 with a healthy new perspective. We will be giving away FREE books to all of our callers so be sure to get in on the discussion!  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.

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.

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