"I came to CWJC in deep spiritual darkness, alone and confused with no one to guide me,” said Krissy Thompson when describing her life before coming to Christian Women’s Job Corps (CWJC) in Fort Smith, Arkansas. “CWJC took me in and met me where I was with loving arms I had never experienced before. I received teaching and care that I so desperately needed at that time.”
"I feel like I'm all by myself." Ever feel like this?
Remember, you are a part of an international ministry, ministering alongside thousands who are active in CWJC/CMJC.
Jean Roberson, ministry consultant and Adult Resource team leader for national WMU, was recognized by the Missouri Baptist Foundation as the first recipient of the Emerging Leader Award.
The award recognizes a leader who “represents the next generation of young adults practicing whole-life stewardship in Christian ministry,” according to the Missouri Baptist Foundation’s Web site.
Christian Women’s Job Corps (CWJC) of Philadelphia, Miss., and Hands of Hope, a CWJC site in San Marcos, Texas, will be able to expand their ministry to women in need through awards granted by the WMU Foundation.
Bobbi Leath is one step closer to realizing her dream of opening a day care for children with special needs thanks to her participation in Christian Women’s Job Corps (CWJC) of Rankin County, Miss.
Since January 2010, missionary Don Williams has served as the criminal justice ministries coordinator for the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma. His work includes engaging, encouraging, and equipping members from more than 1,700 congregations to volunteer in the ministry by working with prisoners, their families, and chaplains.