Mission of Mercy by Nancy Alcorn
Allowing God to Use YOU to Make a Difference in Others

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When we see people the way God sees and love the way He loves--without judgment--we can have lasting impact in the lives of others. Do you have trouble understanding where some people are coming from? Do you find yourself wondering why people do what they do? Nancy Alcorn spent eight years working for the state at a correctional facility for juvenile delinquent girls and investigating child abuse cases, giving her direct encounters with programs that were not producing permanent results of changed lives. Determined to establish a program in which lives would truly be transformed, Nancy started Mercy Ministries of America.
  In Mission of Mercy Alcorn challenges readers to consider why people behave the way they do, sharing the practical principles that have made Mercy Ministries a success at life transformation. Illustrated by the moving, inspiring testimonies of real women, she demonstrates how we can move from a place of judgment to compassion that leads to action.
 

About Nancy Alcorn

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 Nancy Alcorn is the president and founder of Mercy Ministries of America, a residential facility for troubled girls ages 13 to 28. After eight years of work for the state at a correctional facility for juvenile delinquent girls, she founded Mercy Ministries, determined to establish a program in which lives would truly be transformed. Today, Mercy Ministries serves young women in locations across the country and around the world. 
 
Published May 7, 2013 by Charisma House. 253 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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