NORTON SHORES, Mich. (WOOD) - Friends and family of a missing Norton Shores mom came together Saturday night to renew the push and ask for help in finding her.
"There are so many people praying for her," said Heeringa's mom Shelly.
Six months ago, Jessica Heeringa went missing. Authorities believe she was snatched while at her job at a Norton Shores gas station.
Dozens met Saturday night in a parking lot just yards away from where Jessica was taken from.
Friends and family gathered in a circle and a prayer was given by Reverend Ron Hirdes.
"We're going to join our hearts in faith that God is going to move in a miraculous way, that Jessica will be returned safely to her home," said Hirdes before the prayer.
Heeringa's mom said it is hard to believe it has been six months since she has seen or talked to her youngest daughter.
"Something that we thought would be over in a day, a week, maybe two weeks has gone on this long is really hard for us to believe."
In all it has been 183 days since Heeringa was last seen.
"I would rather search for her for 10 years and find her alive then hear something of the opposite tomorrow," said Shelly Heeringa.
Tonight, Heeringa's mother had a message to the person who took her.
"Let her go, it's time; it's time for this to be over. Just let her go."
She also had a message for Jessica.
"I want her to know to keep strong, to never give up hope. How much I love her, how much so many people love her. We will find you, and we will bring you home, no matter how long it takes."
And call it a coincidence, a message or a sign, but after the prayer and the release of a single lantern into the air, a rainbow appeared spanning the sky of Norton Shores coming to an end right over the gas station where Jessica was last seen.
Police have been looking for a man driving a silver van for months.
There hasn't been a lot of movement in the case since she went missing, but police continue to work leads. Muskegon Lake was recently searched, but nothing was found.
Heering's family has done private searches as well, but no new clues has surfaced.
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