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Ditch The Baggage Series – Key 6: Choosing Freedom Over Oppression, Part 2

Ditch The Baggage Series – Key 6: Choosing Freedom Over Oppression, Part 2
Mercy staff member Carrie shares her powerful story of restoration as we walk through part 2 of “Choosing Freedom Over Oppression” in this podcast series. Listen in as she talks about the amazing […]

Ditch The Baggage Series – Key 6: Choosing Freedom Over Oppression, Part 1

Ditch The Baggage Series – Key 6: Choosing Freedom Over Oppression, Part 1
This week we welcome to the show one of our veteran counseling staff members, Meredith Myers to help us understand how areas of oppression or bondage form, and ultimately how to be free. […]

St. Louis Home Celebrates “Ten Years of Mercy”


St. Louis Home Celebrates “Ten Years of Mercy”

September 10, 2015

Nancy Alcorn,Founder and President of Mercy

Mercy will commemorate 10 years and hundreds of lives transformed within the walls of its St. Louis home with a grand celebration on […]

10 More Mercy Graduates Find Healing and Hope


10 More Mercy Graduates Find Healing and Hope

September 8, 2015

At Mercy we see again and again God’s love and power redeem and restore the most broken lives with healing and hope. The 10 young women highlighted below are among the 88 […]

St. Louis Run for Mercy Advances Mission, Promotes Hope


St. Louis Run for Mercy Advances Mission, Promotes Hope

September 3, 2015

Last Saturday over 400 participants gathered to support Mercy at the Run For Mercy 5K and Family Walk held at Queeny Park in Ballwin, Missouri. The slightly overcast but dry […]

Ditch The Baggage Series – Key 5: Breaking Generational Patterns, Part 2

Ditch The Baggage Series – Key 5: Breaking Generational Patterns, Part 2
This week we continue our podcast series with part 2 of “Breaking Generational Patterns.” MercyTalk host Melanie Carter interviews Hope, a 2003 Mercy graduate who shares her story of finding freedom from an eating […]

Mercy to Multiply Outreach Efforts with New “Freedom Experience”


Mercy to Multiply Outreach Efforts with New “Freedom Experience”

September 1, 2015

Ever wondered what is taught to young women inside Mercy’s residential homes? After 32 years of helping thousands find freedom from life-controlling issues, Mercy will for the first time publically present […]

Ivy – 2009 Graduate



Ivy – 2009 Graduate
I graduated from Mercy in Monroe, Louisiana. I was diagnosed with many mental illnesses in my life starting when I was 17 years old. I was labeled with […]

Kristen – 2007 Graduate



Kristen – 2007 Graduate
I grew up in a great family. We were very close, attended church and loved God. In middle school, I became rebellious and started pushing away the people who loved me. I […]

Kara – 2008 Graduate



Kara – 2008 Graduate

Before I came to Mercy, I was lost. Abandonment, betrayal and unforgiveness controlled my life, and I struggled to cope with the pain. I fell into the party scene and lived a […]

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