This week we welcome to the show one of our veteran counseling staff members, Meredith Myers to help us understand how areas of oppression or bondage form, and ultimately how to be free. More than just addressing harmful behavior, we must be willing to go after the root issues. Don't miss this important episode!
This week we continue our podcast series with part 2 of "Breaking Generational Patterns." MercyTalk host Melanie Carter interviews Hope, a 2003 Mercy graduate who shares her story of finding freedom from an eating disorder after realizing that her mom also struggled with this issue. Now a mother herself, Hope is choosing daily to walk in freedom and model her dependence on God to her own children.
Joining us today on MercyTalk is Margaret Troquille, who has been on staff at Mercy for over 22 years and currently serves as the Executive Director of Program Operations. Margaret helps us understand the importance of breaking generational patterns and how we can be free from the negative cycles passed down from our parents.
This week, MercyTalk welcomes Shelly Alfred to the show to talk about the importance of forgiveness. Shelly is currently the Program Director at our Nashville home and has years of counseling and social work experience to draw on. Her seasoned approach to understanding forgiveness will help you know how to respond to deep wounds and minor offenses that life often brings.
On this week's episode of MercyTalk, guest host Jen Otero interviews Mercy staff member Ashley about how renewing the mind helped her overcome a painful situation in her family. Ashley's story and healing are evidence of God's Word being able to guide us through the storms of life.
This episode in our Ditch The Baggage podcast series is about the importance of renewing our mind with the truth of God's Word. MercyTalk host Melanie Carter explains this concept with helpful and practical examples that will unlock your understanding and bring freedom to your life!