Empowering Women Who Are Rebuilding Their Lives
I recently visited a church that had a practice called sharing joys and sorrows. People came up to the front of the room and shared a joy or sorrow, or both. It got me thinking about how difficult it can be to share what is going on in our lives when times are tough. It seems that it is easier to bear our burdens alone-quietly. When we admit that life is difficult, that we are dealing with a problem, or particularly when we aren’t sure about how a situation is going to get resolved, it’s easier to suffer in silence. It takes courage and strength to open up and be vulnerable. I’ve heard the saying from alcoholics anonymous that we are only as sick as our secrets. And, that once … [CLICK TO READ MORE]
We serve women who have moved beyond crisis; they have taken initiative and sought help, found safety, shelter, and counseling.
Now, they are stepping up, speaking out,
& changing the world.
Our graduates have triumphed over extreme circumstances and are building new futures for themselves and their families.
Our grads are inspiring thousands of women around the region through our outreach programs.