New Dates, Same Program for Freedom Experience in West Monroe
April 20, 2016
Mercy Multiplied has set June 17-18 as the new dates for The Freedom Experience in West Monroe, La. The conference, originally scheduled for March 11-12 but postponed due to area flooding, will still feature Mercy Founder and President Nancy Alcorn, worship leader Ellie Holcomb, and VIP Luncheon Co-Host Miss Kay Robertson. The event location at Christ Church and schedule will also remain the same.
Those who previously registered for the March dates but did not request a refund are automatically registered for the new June dates. Mercy is also accepting new Freedom Experience registrations, including VIP tickets consisting of a signed copy of Alcorn’s new book Ditch the Baggage, preferred seating, and a private luncheon with co-hosts Alcorn and Robertson.
Alcorn and her Mercy team first introduced The Freedom Experience last fall in Nashville, Tenn., home of Mercy’s corporate headquarters. The conference is a part of Mercy’s larger outreach initiative and meant to be both a practical and powerful resource to individuals or organizations seeking to learn the life-transforming principles taught for over 30 years within Mercy’s homes.
“At Mercy, we’ve found that God’s truth applies not only to the extreme situations we’ve seen inside our Mercy homes, but also to the everyday struggles that we all face,” said Mercy Director of Outreach, Melanie Wise. “We want everyone to experience true and lasting freedom, so we’re thrilled to be able to share these biblically based tools with people outside the walls of our homes.”
At the Monroe Freedom Experience, Alcorn will give the opening keynote address during the Friday evening session. On Saturday, several of Mercy’s seasoned counselors and leaders will join Alcorn to further present the seven keys to lasting freedom that have helped thousands redefine their lives. The keys include: committing fully to Christ; choosing to forgive; renewing your mind; breaking generational patterns; healing life’s hurts; conquering oppression; and learning principles of lifelong success.