Imagine what it was like tasting an ice cream cone for the first time. Or how about the feelings of wonder and excitement from your first trip to an amusement park. Better yet, imagine the feeling of security, knowing that your children will be able to have food on the table because of your new skill and accomplishments. For a group of women in Pakistan, these were all first experiences they had in celebration of graduating from the Ten.14 Ministries sewing program. With the passion to change Pakistan culture and empower women living in poverty, Ten.14 Ministries has developed a program dedicated to teaching women how to sew in order to make a living. Training programs scheduled for 10 women at a time are completed at the Sewing Center, where they are taught how to sew and given the materials to use. Once the women graduate the program, they are taken on a special trip to celebrate, last year it was an amusement park, and they are given a sewing machine to continue their skills at home. For many years, the expected routine for a woman and her child to go work in the fields, harvesting and collecting goods. The problem is, that this made many of the women and their children separated and vulnerable to abuse and sex trafficking. Giving a Gheel woman the chance to work from home not only lets her provide for her family, but ensures the safety of herself and her children. Ten.14 Ministries also provides impoverished women in the sewing training center with a once a week visit from a health professional. Not only does the health care professional go into the villages and spread the good news, but she also teaches women about how to maintain basic hygiene as well as providing medical care.