An Eastern Apurímac Quechua woman and her children stand on the roadside beside a flood-lit outdoor church gathering in the village of Quillabamba, Peru, eerily casting their shadows on an adobe brick building across the street. Often a marginalized people in Peru, the Quechua people are finding hope, confidence and God’s love through the ministries of AIDIA, so they can emerge from the shadows of society into a brighter mainstream.
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