My mom loved the Peruvians, and recognized that this calling was not just for her marriage, but for her individual growth in the Lord. She took her job there very seriously. She developed a deep love for the people and the culture of Peru. In her final days, mom made it clear that she wanted to carry on her ministry to the Peruvians, even after death. My dad promised her he would make this happen. This brought the birth of the Renotta King Peru Memorial Project.
Lord willing, we will be taking two more teams down within the next few years to finish the work we started. We want to express our gratitude to everyone who has and will contribute to the Renotta King Peru Memorial fund. We could not even begin this project without those who chose to honor Renotta in this way. We also want to thank the group who sacrificed their time and money to come and do physical labor for a week!! Gods light shined through everyone involved, and reached many lives in the process.
Allison was a master at catching bricks!
We all fell in love with the grounds keeper, Tio! He always wore that big hat and whistled joyfully!
Below: Allison made friends with every child in which she came in contact. It proves that you don't need to speak the language to show Christ's love.