Women find way to rebuild their lives through year-long Christ-based program
Kaleigh Lucas reads the Bible prior to the morning scripture class where the women recite from memory the day's scripture verse.
Helena Madrano, second from right, tries to remember the Bible verse during a scripture class Tuesday morning at Mission Messiah.
Women watch a video "Growing Kids God's Way," that is part of the program each follows while at Mission Messiah.
Books that help guide the women through the program at Mission Messiah set on the table during scripture class.
Jan Niehouse leads the group of women through the scripture class Tuesday morning at Mission Messiah.
Elva Garcia, left, and Pam Howe listen to the song 'Break Every Chain' played at the beginning of the scripture class Tueday at Mission Messiah.
Machalie Jarrett, left, recites a verse from Phillipians during the scripture class at Mission Messiah.
Machalie Jarrett logs in merchandise while working at WOW Fashion Warehouse.
Elva Garcia, left, and Jennifer Wallace assemble garden decorations while working Wednesday at the WOW Fashion Warehouse.
Women and their children pray before the evening meal at Mission Messiah.
Pamela Howe and her daughter, Carlie Howe, left, are served an evening meal by JoAnna Ramirez, right, her daughter, Kaylee Ramirez, and her son Kody Shirley, Thursday at the dining hall at Mission Messiah.
JoAnna Ramirez, right, and her daughter, Kaylee Ramirez, 11, work together to serve meals to the other women and their children Thursday evening at the dining hall at Mission Messiah.
Pamela Howe, left, and her daughter Carlie Howe, 11, spend some time with other women and their children during the evening meal time at Mission Messiah.