Paige Allen serves as the Executive Pastor of Outreach for Church on the Rock and gives oversight to the New Legacy Home for Women. She has served on staff at Church on the Rock for 15 years and launched Pursue Missions in 2007, a non-profit organization that trains and sends out both full-time and short-term mission teams. Paige helped train and send over 250 people in 2017 on short-term trips, and she also loves giving direction to Bloom, the women’s ministry of Church on the Rock. Paige wrote a Bible Study entitled Road Signs in 2014, and she’s passionate about seeing women set free to fulfill their God-given potential! Paige graduated from Oral Roberts University with a B.A. in Organizational / Interpersonal Communications and received a Master of Divinity degree through The Kings Seminary. She has been married to Josh for 17 years and has two daughters, Selah Hope and Haven Joy.
Shanna has served as the Executive Director of the New Legacy Home since the day the doors opened. She provides oversight for the home and handles all fundraising and grant writing efforts. With a passion for seeing women write a new story for their lives, Shanna works alongside the residents to coach them to be their best. She also takes the time to teach classes and engage the residents in spiritual growth. The light she brings to the ministry helps her to easily connect with volunteers and build relationships in the community. With a Bachelor’s degree in Broadfield Social Sciences from Texas Tech, Shanna brings knowledge and passion to the work that she does on a daily basis. Her goals are to continue to develop the New Legacy Home and to watch God bring women to freedom in Him. When she’s not at work, Shanna loves finding new Bible studies, raising Bernese Mountain Dogs and resurrecting furniture. Her favorite books are Bible Recap, When Helping Hurts and Redeeming Love.
Fun Facts: Shanna is an only child, she was raised on a farm and she used to barrel race and participate in the rodeo.
Favorite Quote: “Do for one what you wish you could do for everyone.” – Andy Stanley
Jade has worked at the New Legacy Home since 2021 and serves as the Program Director. With experience in outreach and a degree in Communications from Oklahoma Panhandle State University, her role at the NLH has helped her to move forward in pursuing her desire to help women live the best life that God has for them. Her role at the NLH is to maintain order by creating schedules for the residents, communicating with Care Teams, leading Bible studies, overseeing the day-to-day routines, and assisting the Executive Director in maintaining the home. Her goals are to graduate with a degree in theology from Life Christian University, read a lot of books, and to always answer God’s call with “Yes, Lord.” When she isn’t at work, Jade loves to read, study the Bible and watch Marvel movies. Her favorite books are Redeeming Love, What Women Fear and Mended. Jade has been married to Kiko since 2008 and together they have 3 children, Noah, Will, and Merritt.
Fun Facts: Jade has a growing TBR book list that she hopes to finish one day. She loves sunflowers and professes that cheetah print is her favorite color.
Favorite Scripture: “I am the Lord’s servant,” Mary answered. “May your word to me be fulfilled.” – Luke 1:38
Ashly serves as Resident Assistant for the NLH and is a graduate of the program. Her life experience and ability to relate provides a safe environment for our ladies to find hope and comfort in their future. Her normal duties are to help with timeliness for the residents and to distribute medications while on shift. She is a great leader and helps to provide a positive example for residents. Her future goals are to get out of debt, find a Godly husband and continue to serve the Kingdom through mission trips. When she isn’t at the NLH, she works as a seafood manager. However, when she has free time from work she enjoys resting and spending time with her kids. Her favorite books are Paul, Apostle of Christ, Beloved and Unstoppable. She has two children, Zachariyah and Za’Riyah.
Fun Facts: She has a love of outer space.
Favorite scripture: He shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that brings forth its fruit in its season, whose leaf also shall not wither; and whatever he does shall prosper. – Psalms 1:3
Elvia & Rudy Ramirez
Elvia and Rudy Ramirez are the Resident Managers for the New Legacy Home. Their marriage serves as an example to all residents that come in. Rudy also works in maintenance for the Lubbock Dream Center and provides a father figure for ladies coming into our home. Together, they love to cook and encourage the residents to continue on their journey to freedom when they have doubts.
Elvia is the mama you’ll wish you always had. She cooks the best dinners around. Her life experiences have prepared her to handle resident’s emotional needs and to serve as a spiritual mother to those navigating their own struggles. Her goals are to continue to do what God has called her to do and to run the race set before her always. When she isn’t at work, she enjoys spending time with family, resting, volunteering, exercising and reading. Her favorite books are Good Morning Holy Spirit, Battlefield of the Mind, and You Are Stronger Than You Think.
Fun Facts: Elvia enjoys staying healthy and serving her pastors. She would love to own a food truck,
Favorite Scripture: He heals the broken hearted and binds up their wounds. – Psalms 147:3
Michelle is the program coordinator at NLH and is also a graduate of the program. Michelle works with the executive director and the program director to oversee the daily activities and leads Celebrate Recovery and other classes. Michelle served her country and is a verteran of the United States Army. She is currently pursuing a degree in theology and also dreams of becoming a chaplain. Michelle has 2 daughters and 5 grandchildren. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and studying the Bible.
Favorite Scripture: We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ. – 2 Corinthians 10:5