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People who know me, know I love the Christmas season! From the lights and the music, to the overall joyful expectation of the season, I [...]
Mercy Multiplied is a licensed child-placing agency in the State of Tennessee. Since November is National Adoption Month we wanted Lauren, a Mercy Adoptive Mother, [...]
Mercy Multiplied is a licensed child-placing agency with The State of Tennessee. Since 1983, we’ve worked with over 500 women facing an unplanned pregnancy and [...]
As Martin Luther King Jr. once said in the midst of the Civil Rights Movement, “Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable…every step toward the goal of justice requires the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals.” We all have something to contribute and offer – each day we can pray, learn something new, support an initiative, share and discuss this issue, volunteer our time with local organizations, and so much more. We can all do something to work toward ending slavery and take part in God’s work of redemption.
When an opportunity to serve in an accountability role comes up in your life, it is important to assess whether or not you are in a good place mentally and spiritually before you position yourself to help other people. It doesn’t mean you have to be perfect or have no problems, but it’s imperative that you carry a level of health and wholeness before you can step into that role and expect it to be a success!