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German is the grounds keeper and works on the property. Word of Life Bolivia is blessed to be able to continue expanding their ministries and property and is currently constructing a new building on the grounds.
Delia also serves in the kitchen preparing meals for the campers, missionaries, and students here.
I am very thankful that I was born into a christian home and grew up in an environment where my parents were a great example. My dad was always reading from the Word and took me to church and VBS. At age 8 I understood that I was a sinner and I accepted Christ as my Savior.
I thank God for giving me a family that was always an example to my christian life; being young I attended many camps and learned a lot and began to know Christ more.
Today I have a beautiful family that God gave me with all three children serving God in full time ministry. It was while studying at the Bible Institute that we understood God was calling usto ministry. I can only say that God does incredible and marvelous things that no one can comprehend (Job 9:10).
I was born into a non-christian home and as a little girl I went to the catholic church along with my mother. Although I didn’t understand it I knew my dad was a Christian,so I grew up with the idea that all religions brought us to God. When I was 17 years old I was able to understand that it’s not through religion that we come to God,and I understood that only Jesus Christ could save and forgive me of my sins. I accepted him as my Savior in an evangelistic conference and began to attend Filadelfia Church. Ever since then I have been serving in the church along with my family and now we are all full-time missionaries with WOL.
While we do not look at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen. For the things which are seen are temporary, but the things which are not seen are eternal. 2 Corinthians 4:18