Chiang, Julio & Olga

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Julio and Olga are missionaries in Lima, Peru. Julio learned to ride a motorcycle at the age of 8 and God granted him much success as a professional motocross rider winning 10 National and 2 Latin American titles. In 2004, Julio and Olga moved to Pucallpa, Peru, and used motocross as a platform for sharing the gospel, which led to the planting of Mil Palmeras Church. During their time serving in Pucallpa, they shared their passion for discipling and training godly leaders within the context of the local church. After many years ministering in Pucallpa, they felt the Lord’s leading to Lima to start the Lima Initiative.

    Ministry: Lima Initiative

    In today’s world, cities are more and more framing the landscape of the nations. Especially in Latin America, we see cities like never before. The Lima Initiative is intentionally approaching the city of Lima with the hope of transforming its communities for God’s glory.

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    Ministry: Peru Field, GO Fund

    Each of South America Mission’s countries of service incurs costs associated with managing and facilitating ministry and caring for missionaries (e.g. compliance with local government regulations, operating a field office, stewarding field finances, etc.) Resources allocated in support of the general operations of the Peru field directly support the infrastructure essential to ministry.

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    Ministry: Mil Palmeras Church

    In 2006, the South America Mission Peru Church Planting team began Iglesia Mil Palmeras, in Pucallpa, Peru, also known as Thousand Palms Church. Today, the church is transforming its community by embodying the Kingdom of God.

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