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I studied a short career from 2008-2010, and once finished, I became a missionary with Word of Life Argentina. I served for almost 12 years as secretary to one of Word of Life Directors and to the Founding Director of the ministry in Argentina. Currently I’m involved with the College and Career ministry that has summer camps and other activities throughout the year such as: Conferences, Youth Groups Meetings, and Short Mission Trips. I’m also part of women’s counseling for Bible Institute students.
I’m truly honored to be called a servant of God and be part of His work in my home country, reaching my generation with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
I had the privilege of being born in a Christian family that serves the Lord as missionaries with Word of Life. Since a young age my parents would instruct me in the right path, but it was not until the age of four that I accepted Christ as my Savior, with my mother.
While growing up I began to realize the need of a personal time with God, the importance of Godly habits, and about the Great Commission. The problem was I knew all these things but didn’t put it into action. It was during my lasts years of High School that I realized about my condition and decided to make a change. I began to be discipled, got baptized and started to serve at my local church.
At the end of my senior year, at a WOL Mission’s Conference, I understood God was calling me to serve Him full-time; I took a step of faith and said yes to His calling. That same year I decided to go to the Bible Institute. Those three years of studies were one of the best times of my life. God began to shape my character and fell in love with His Word.
"Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts: and see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting." Psalms 139:23-24