Mercy Multiplied’s Nancy Alcorn Curated Book Of 13 Brave Women Brims With Hope

Timely Treatment or Transformation: 13 Real Stories Why You Can’t Argue With A Changed Life
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Nashville, Tenn. (Mar. 1, 2019)Available now, readers will meet brave women like Heather, Kirstin, Franny, Sarah and more in Treatment or Transformation: 13 Real Stories Why You Can’t Argue With A Changed Life, the latest from Mercy Multiplied Founder and President Nancy Alcorn. The book of renewal spans stories of women choosing to reach out for help in the face of anxiety, eating disorders, abuse, depression, suicidal ideation, unplanned pregnancy, drug use, unhealthy relationships and more.  The popular Netflix series 13 Reasons Why and suicide prevention alongside the belief that there is no such thing as a life that cannot be transformed served as the impetus for the timely book. 

Alcorn’s friends are sharing in her belief that transformation is possible:

“My good friend, Nancy Alcorn, is the founder and president of Mercy. I have seen firsthand young women completely transformed by the work of Mercy, and I believe in what they are doing!” – Kay Robertson, Co-Star of Duck Dynasty

“With the dysfunction of families, children having babies, rampant sexual abuse, and the lack of morality, it is difficult to see any hope for young women to have self-esteem and grow in wholeness. Mercy is not afraid to deal with the ugly, tough stuff—sexual abuse, cutting, starvation. Nancy and her Mercy team get to the core issues. If you have a daughter, work with girls, or are a young woman struggling with these issues… you want to hear what Nancy has to say. It is sure to change your life.” – Cece Winans, 12X GRAMMY® Award Winner

“When you meet people who are passionate, driven, and living their life with a purpose like Nancy Alcorn, you want to get behind them. I’ve seen the results of the lives changed because of the awesome ministry that is literally diving into the most wounded parts of these young women’s lives and saying, ‘that’s not who you are’, the best is yet to come.” – Matthew West, 4X GRAMMY® Nominee

“For years I’ve said that leadership isn’t about titles, positions or flowcharts—that it’s about one life influencing another. Nancy Alcorn’s leadership is a stellar example of this definition, and her work transforming broken young women through the organization she founded, Mercy, is truly remarkable!” – John C. Maxwell, New York Times Best-Selling Author & Speaker.

Purchase Treatment or Transformation: 13 Real Stories Why You Can’t Argue With A Changed Life here or here.

About Nancy Alcorn:
Nancy Alcorn is the Founder and President of Mercy Multiplied, a free-of-charge, faith-based residential program for young women struggling with life-controlling issues ages thirteen to thirty-two with multiple locations in the United States and in other nations around the world. After working for the state of Tennessee in a correctional facility for girls and investigating child abuse cases, she founded Mercy Multiplied in 1983, determined to establish a program in which lives would truly be transformed. Today, Mercy not only serves young women at their residential facilities, but it also serves both men and women of all ages through its Outreach services. Through Outreach, Mercy offers life-changing principles of freedom through a variety of training, tools, and resources. Her latest, Treatment or Transformation: 13 Real Stories Why You Can’t Argue With A Changed Life, is available now.

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About Mercy Multiplied:
Mercy Multiplied equips people to live free and stay free through Jesus Christ. Their residential counseling program helps young women ages 13-32 break free from life controlling issues and situations, including anxiety, depression, sexual abuse, eating disorders, self-harm, addictions, unplanned pregnancy, and sex trafficking. The residential program is voluntary, biblically based, and completely free of charge. Outreach services train and resource Christian leaders and helpers to effectively minister to those who are struggling. Mercy’s goal is to share the life transforming principles used in our residential program to empower men and women of all ages to live in freedom. Click here to read more about Mercy.

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