Luz lives with her four children in Lima: Christian is 32 years old, Sandra is 28, Fiorella is 22, and Leonardo is 9 years old. Luz comments that “I love my job, it is my way to deal with stress and get away from everything.” In particular, Luz is happy that she is able to provide so many jobs to artisans around Lima and likes to share what she can with them: “The little that I can earn, I share with the artisans.” She further says, “I hope that my children stay with this” because she has put her life into this business so that her children can learn and carry on with the business that she and her husband have built up from nothing. Learn more about Luz and her small business model.
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On. Cloud. 9!! 🙌🏽🙏🏼☁️ • Feeling SO incredibly grateful to be invited to share the passion God has placed on my heart for victims of trafficking and oppression giving today’s sermon @davis_community_church