��Wings Women's Prison Ministry
WINGS helps incarcerated women discover and embrace their identity in Christ while learning essential skills necessary to meet the challenges of life. They provide a seven-module series on how to complete a job application, create a resume, interview for a job, manage money, and create an individual customized plan for success when released from incarceration. The program is very practical, but faith-based and emphasizes the importance of building a personal relationship with Jesus, finding a church home when released, and starting/continuing a discipleship journey. For more information, contact Kate Callan at .
This ministry serves at-risk women living in a residential program sponsored by the AIDS Foundation of Houston. Their mission is to express the unconditional love, acceptance, and freedom that come through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The WoodsEdge team meets with these precious ladies every Mondays at 2:00 pm in their residential home for Bible study, prayer, crafts, fellowship, and food. To get involved, contact Anne Frey at .
YoungLives has a vision to reach teen moms by entering their world, modeling the unconditional love of Ch�rist, and encouraging them to become the women and mothers God created them to be. Through Young Life’s time-tested methods and life-on-life mentoring, teen moms are empowered to make positive choices, set and achieve goals, and live a future rooted in Christ. For more info, contact Kele at .
Redeemed offers restoration services to adult survivors of domestic sex trafficking with a trauma-informed holistic heali�ng program and the support of community partners. For more information, contact Leslie at .�
Mosaics of Mercy
Mosaics of Mercy serves as a hub of hope, resources, and education empowering each unique journey toward mental well-bring. To learn more about our unique service or to get involved, contact Amy at .
The mission of God's Garage is to help single mothers, widows, and wives of deployed military with car repairs when they cannot afford to repair them on their own. For more information or to serve, contact Matthew Zielinski at .