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I’m a daughter, a mother, a friend, a sister, an aunt, a teacher, and many other things. I grew up in a Christian home, with Christian values, but I was on my way to Hell. I was a sinner. I was as lost as lost could be. Now, I hadn’t done any horrible crimes or anything, but as the Bible says, “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” I made a profession of faith when I was twelve, but I continued to have doubts.



Providing for the shelter and nutritional needs, as well as the emotional and spiritual needs, of abused and abandoned women and children, teaching them Biblical principles to help them heal and know their value in Christ.


To bring healing to abused and abandoned women and children that only a relationship with Christ can bring.

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Pastor Jorge, Charo, and I have purchased the land for the vision project the Lord has put on our hearts. Refugio de Vida – Life Refuge is almost 10 acres of land set in the mountains in San Ramón and will encompass Immanuel Bible Baptist Church (Iglesia Biblica Bautista Emanuel), Camp of Light (Campamento de Luz), and Hope House for women (Casa de Esperanza para mujeres). We know that this is a HUGE project, but we serve a HUGE God! And, He’s already providing money for the construction process! We wait expectantly on Him! If you’d like to give specifically for this project, please let me know! The land has been dedicated by the church in San Ramón. Each and every day, a minimum of 5 women and children go missing in Peru. Violence against women and children is common practice in a male-dominated society where women and children have much less worth than a man. 


There were 2,206 documented cases of Gender Based Violence (GBV) homicide in the last 9 years, with 1 incident of GBV occurring every 10 minutes. In 2020, over 500 women and girls were reported missing in July alone. Many are never found; others never come home alive (NPR, 2020). A minimum of 33% of the female population of Peru report GBV; how many more are unreported? Malnutrition, poverty, and homelessness for women and children are a direct result of GBV. The desire of Refugio de Vida is to provide a sanctuary so that women and children in Peru can live without the fear of violence, malnutrition, poverty, and homelessness, to show them the love of Christ that can transform their lives. Every victim deserves the opportunity to meet Christ and to live a healthy and peaceful life. The numbers in Peru aren’t pretty, but they can change with your help!