We are so proud of our recent graduates! We saw many young women graduate from the residential program at Mercy Multiplied. These young ladies have worked so hard, and we are excited to see all that God is going to do in their lives. Please note that minors and graduates not wishing to publish their stories are not shown.
“When I came to Mercy, I soon realized that I am worth something and that forgiving people lets me live in freedom. I also learned that setting boundaries is okay, even if that means setting boundaries with myself. God has reawakened my dreams to love and care for people well and share His love to others. I learned that my voice counts, and the Lord’s truth is so powerful!”
“At Mercy, the Lord showed me that He is a light in the darkness. I’m not a mistake, and I am loved. I am wanted, and I am forgiven. I am chosen and most importantly, I am a daughter of the most high King! Fighting for my freedom was difficult at times, but the Holy Spirit gave me grace to stick with the program.”
“The Lord began to reawaken my dreams and helped me realize all my pain was growing and shaping me into the stable young woman I am today. He healed me not only emotionally but physically as well. He delivered me from addiction, rage, anxiety, and depression. He showed me the many ways He loves me and the depth of His love. He introduced me to a new me I never knew could exist!”
“After spending time at Mercy, I soon learned that I was not owned and that the Lord knew who I really was. He slowly revealed His truth to me, broke down my walls, removed my shame, and gave me a place of safety to get out of the darkness and secrecy I was living in. He saved me from my past and promised to restore to me all that has been lost.”
“I was full of fear when I arrived but seeing the other staff and residents there made me hopeful. Since being at Mercy, God has turned my life completely around and has showed me that He is a God of hope and that nothing is impossible with Him and through Him. My time at Mercy was full of forgiveness, healing, and feeling loved by God and by the staff.”