The folks at John 3:16 gave some women a chance to get fixed up and feel good.
Monday, students provided the work at John 3:16’s Day of Beauty.
“Every woman likes to get fixed up,” said Alyssa Boyd, Director of Women's ministries at John 3:16.
There was makeup, and facials and a clothes closet.
All of it happened in John 3:16's newest facility, The Refuge - the old Chouteau Elementary. John 3:16 bought it, and the mission's head pastor, Steve Whitaker, has big plans.
"We've got great plans for growing a lot of our own food," he said.
They've got the land, the building, plus 170 acres; and he said this is not gonna be another shelter. It'll be a residence and restoration center.
"People coming out of my program are gonna learn how to work again," Whitaker said.
But that’s the future. Monday, ladies like Tia Smith got their hair done and got manicures and pedicures, too.
Everyone there said Monday, was indeed a beautiful day.