Peru Mission Continues

Prior to our departure, we had the opportunity to meet with the ministry team in Tarma. In our discussions, we were made aware of some needs that we have been invited to support. Please prayerfully consider making a difference in the life of others. The requests made are as follows: 

  • One of the local schools, where our mission partner Ruben teaches, is asking for support in purchasing some desktop computers ($400 for one computer set up). To donate: Indicate ” Peru Computers” on your check or envelope. 
  • There is a teenage boy, Beybis Joper, who is battling leukemia and requesting any assistance with medical bills. To donate: Indicate “Peru Medical BJ” on your check or envelope. 
  • A young lady with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis is asking for assistance with monthly medication needs (approximately $42/month). To donate: Indicate “Peru Medical RA” on your check or envelope. 
  • Pr Araujo now has a “punch buggy” to get around Tarma and out into the community in new ways. There are some needed repairs to keep the vehicle running smoothly. To donate: Indicate “Punch Buggy” on your check or envelope. 

If you would like to support the mission work being done in Peru:

  1. Click on the “Donate Today” button below. You will be linked to the church website giving page. 
  2. Once linked, use the drop down menu bar and select “Peru Mission Fund” and complete your support of the mission.

Shepherd of the Woods has been in mission in Peru since 2005. We’ve been blessed to make numerous trips over the years to share God’s love and hope and the Good News of Jesus Christ through word and deed. God has been at work through us and countless lives have been touched. We often say that we are blessed to be a blessing, and the mission work we do in Peru is no exception! God’s work is being done 3000 miles away through you.

May our gracious Lord continue to lead and guide all His disciples, of all nations, including you! May our witness and our proclamation of Jesus as Lord always be faithful. 

Blessings and joy to you!

Pastor DiBias and the entire mission team.