MultiplyingHope partners with churches and organizations to train reproducing, local facilitators. In Nashville, Alan Murdock incorporated healing groups into his existing program. Project Connect, his organization, is committed to reaching the underprivileged and underrepresented in the wider Nashville area. Murdock soon found that healing groups were crucial to his program--and that participants were willing to bring their friends and relatives to a session.
"It just kind of multiplied in that way," Murdock said. "Just desire."
Watch Alan Murdock from Project Connect Nashville talk about how his organization has used trauma-informed strategies from MultiplyingHope.
It is not just Alan. Organizations, Churches, and key individuals are using MultiplyingHope to great effect.
One woman in the southern area of the U.S. took MultiplyingHope and ran. In just a few weeks, she had started nearly a dozen groups with people from all walks of life. She loved it. Not only did she see change in the lives of those in her groups, she was personally impacted by the power of God's word spoken aloud.
"When you share a story, you relate to that story again," she said. "And each time that I relate to a story, I relate deeper."