Megan Walks Honor Road
A little over two years ago, Megan found her way to John 3:16 Mission’s Refresh
room (for homeless and at-risk women) for the annual Christmas Party. Megan was a survivor of several abusive relationships and brief periods of homelessness.
Shortly after moving to Tulsa, she suffered the loss of one of her best friends through suicide. Being broken hearted and a newcomer to the area, the Refresh
program became a place where she could spend her time learning more about God and gaining a loving community.
“I came for the Christmas Party but I stayed for the love.”
In her first year, Megan became one of the most active participants of the Refresh Program. She volunteered to organize and manage the emergency clothing closet which serves women who visit the day room. Her quiet spirit and soft heart made a big impression on everyone around her.
Eventually, the Mission initiated a new program for ladies exhibiting leadership potential. Megan was an easy choice for the new program. In fact, at a student council meeting she suggested the name “Honor Road
.” The name stuck.