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Angelica Maria de Leon and her husband didn’t have much. Just a small house without electricity, but they had each other and their three children.

Then about 11 years ago, Angelica’s husband decided to go illegally to the United States to try and make a better life for his family. Talking about that time is still difficult for Angelica.

“I feel that when I talk about my life then, that it’s just too much. “

Her husband mortgaged their little house and land and began his journey to the United States.

“When my husband went to the United States he said he went to help us move forward –my children and me -- because where we were before we didn’t have electricity. We   didn’t have anything.”

It didn’t work out that way.

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José Luis spent three years learning God's Word through ASELSI's Bible courses, and he still wanted more.
"We love God, go to church, and sing," José Luis said. "but we also need to love our neighbors."
He found out about the discipleship process offered at local churches through ASELSI's connections and decided this is what he wanted to do--learn more and put faith in action. The series of studies that help people integrate daily study and putting what they learn into action is called High Quest.



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