Shauna’s Story

Shauna’s Story

I have great hope. That hope includes a better relationship with my children and a career that allows me to be an instrument of peace for others. - Read Full Story

The story of the early decades of my life and so called “childhood” is truly horrible. The trauma I experienced at the hands of others is something I work daily to remove from my mind. But the part I never want to forget is how much I recognize now, and even to some degree then, that Someone had a Hand of ultimate protection on me. I survived! I’m here!

I know that Someone was and is my heavenly Father. I know too that He can use me and is now – even with all the horrible events I survived. My personality has kept me from ever being entangled with dangerous addictions. What a blessing that is!

My life isn’t where I want it to be or I will be, but I have great hope. That hope includes a better relationship with my children and a career that allows me to be an instrument of peace for others. I’m already on my way with that through my current job and my volunteer work with Safe Harbor Youth Inc.

I don’t know my original name. I don’t know my father. I choose not to remember my past.
At age 46 I learned about CWJC through a woman who was a relative for a time. I was looking for a stronger spiritual support team and solid job connections. I certainly received that and far more. What took me by surprise was what I received in addition to what I had sought. I was gifted a mentor, life skills, computer skills, financial foundation layout, and a forever circle of friends. Since my time with CWJC, my broken branches of family tree are being restored. My children have witnessed a dramatic God-centered change in my life. They have experienced stability with me. Because of CWJC and my personal walk with my mentor, my life is changed. Doors have opened, my faith has strengthened. These changes are lifelong changes – transformations. I am now equipped to walk through this journey with a new mind set and keys to live to become the warrior God has designed me to be.

I currently work at First Baptist Church, a floor above where my journey began. My career goal is to become a Forensic Interviewer for victims of
human trafficking.

I will encourage women to give CWJC an opportunity to turn their lives around. This program is second to none all the way across the board. I am so grateful that I followed God’s direction into this path. My history is HIS story.

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The story of the early decades of my life and so called “childhood” is truly horrible. The trauma I experienced at the hands of others is something I work daily to remove from my mind. But the part I never want to forget is how much I recognize now, and even to some degree then, that Someone had a Hand of ultimate protection on me. I survived! I’m here!

I know that Someone was and is my heavenly Father. I know too that He can use me and is now – even with all the horrible events I survived. My personality has kept me from ever being entangled with dangerous addictions. What a blessing that is!

My life isn’t where I want it to be or I will be, but I have great hope. That hope includes a better relationship with my children and a career that allows me to be an instrument of peace for others. I’m already on my way with that through my current job and my volunteer work with Safe Harbor Youth Inc.

I don’t know my original name. I don’t know my father. I choose not to remember my past.
At age 46 I learned about CWJC through a woman who was a relative for a time. I was looking for a stronger spiritual support team and solid job connections. I certainly received that and far more. What took me by surprise was what I received in addition to what I had sought. I was gifted a mentor, life skills, computer skills, financial foundation layout, and a forever circle of friends. Since my time with CWJC, my broken branches of family tree are being restored. My children have witnessed a dramatic God-centered change in my life. They have experienced stability with me. Because of CWJC and my personal walk with my mentor, my life is changed. Doors have opened, my faith has strengthened. These changes are lifelong changes – transformations. I am now equipped to walk through this journey with a new mind set and keys to live to become the warrior God has designed me to be.

I currently work at First Baptist Church, a floor above where my journey began. My career goal is to become a Forensic Interviewer for victims of
human trafficking.

I will encourage women to give CWJC an opportunity to turn their lives around. This program is second to none all the way across the board. I am so grateful that I followed God’s direction into this path. My history is HIS story.