Our priority is to introduce our residents to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and disciple them in the word of God. We provide these women with a stable environment from which they may gain knowledge, skills, mentoring and counseling. We ask for a minimum stay of at least one year, so upon graduation they are prepared to lead healthy, productive, spirit-filled lives.
We welcome the opportunity to answer inquiries or make an in-depth presentation to your organization, friends, or groups who may be interested in WOG.
- Helping to build a safer community one life at a time; our priority is to introduce eligible women to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and disciple them in the word of God.
- An intake committee works closely with local jails and the Michigan Department of Corrections in order to assess which candidates might successfully benefit from such a ministry.
- The daily agenda includes life skill classes, money management, addiction recovery, individual counseling and mentoring, all of which are an important part to their recovery.
- WOG will utilize the available assistance of Social Services according to individual needs.