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PARAGOULD, Ark. (BP) -- Intent on living up to its name, Future & Hope Christian Women's Job Corps typically equips 10 to 12 women during in-depth 10-week sessions on such practical life skills as computer skills, money management, parenting and healthy relationships blended with weekly Bible studies and mentoring.
Amanda*, a Future & Hope CWJC participant who has been on her own since age 15, is now a 24-year-old mom with three young sons who currently live in foster care. Candidly sharing her motivation for joining the program in Paragould, Ark., she said, "I came here to try to get my kids back … but I need a foundation before I can get them back." Read More