"She believes her daughter is alive. That's all I need to hear,
Shavers said. "You believe, then I believe."
Shaves works with SHOPO, a non-profit that works to better the community with positive actions.
"In shopo what we do is put god first so when god puts it in your heart to do something positive you just do it.
The family says they believe she is still alive.
"Every day is torture. Every day is difficult but we can't stop. We have to keep pressing forward," Trina said.
Saturday, a glimmer of hope as together they move forward with over one hundred people who joined the search for Alexis.
Most whom have never met her,but want to bring her home.
B.B.Shavers spoke with Alexis's mother and helped organize the search.
It's been months since the Murphy family has held their daughter Alexis. Strengthened only by prayer Trina Murphy says her disappearance is harder on the family every day
"Its just humbling to know that people are still thinking about her, still thinking about us and wanting the same thing that we want which is to find her."