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God has given me the opportunity to develop myself as the National Bible Clubs Coordinator here in the country, to make contact with churches and to present the ministry; it is a great opportunity. We also are blessed to train and disciple the future leaders of the Clubs.
Through Sports Marathons and SuperMatch rallies we can bring more youth into the Clubs and it's an opportunity to present the Gospel.
In camp season, God allows us to serve in Program, that is all the physical activities for the young people and presenting the Gospel to them.
With Medical Missions teams, it is a privilege be able to speak with each person who comes, presenting the Gospel to them. It is wonderful to see them understand the message.
We also help in the Construction of the camp, and in Preaching the Word in different churches that invite us.
In our church I have the opportunity to Preach once a month.
God gave me the opportunity to be a wife and mother. To do this in a way that pleases Him is the most important thing.
I also had the opportunity to graduate with a degree in Industrial Relations and have knowledge that can be put into practice in the office of WOL Dominican.
Once a week we teach Bible classes in a school. It is so sweet to see how fast they learn.
I am also part of the plays, Born Again to a Living Hope, and The Children's Show. As well as serving in any of the opportunities the the Lord gives us.
I was not born in a Christian family. My father worked far from our home, so mom was really the one who raised me. Like many teenagers, from the age of 12 to 17, it was normal for me to drink and smoke.
One day a Pastor came to me to invite me to a soccer competition, which I came to find out was actually a week of camp at Word of Life Venezuela. For five days I fought in my heart until I couldn’t fight anymore. God broke my heart and I accepted Jesus as my savior. From that moment, God transformed my life.
I stayed at Word of Life Venezuela as an intern until 2007. In that year God opened the doors for me to go to the Word of Life Bible Institute in Argentina, to prepare me for His work. In 2010 I returned to WOL Venezuela, this time as a missionary.
I met Carol through a Bible Club that I was working with, and at the end of 2011 we were married, and began our ministry serving the Lord together. God has given us a wonderful son, Santiago, who has joined us on our new adventure, Word of Life Dominican Republic, where we have been serving since December 2015.
God blessed me with the opportunity to come to know Him as my savior at five years old. My father is a pastor in Venezuela, and since I was very small we have been able to serve the Lord together as a family. At twelve years old, I had an operation on my brain, which was very hard on my family, but God performed a miracle and I am still living today.
To serve the Lord has always been the desire of my heart. God blessed me with husband who is a missionary, and now we are serving the Lord together. God has given us a wonderful son, Santiago, who has joined us on our new adventure, Word of Life Dominican Republic, where we have been ministering since December 2015.
Acts 20:24 “But none of these things move me, neither count I my life dear unto myself, so that I might finish my course with joy, and the ministry, which I have received of the Lord Jesus, to testify the gospel of the grace of God.”