Selah Center started by Randy and Sheryl Luth is in a village in South Asia where at-risk women and girls work in brick factories, as farm laborers, or construction laborers. This leaves vulnerability to sex and labor traffickers.
Many are physically beaten, over-worked, often sexually abused, leaving emotional scars. Deeply wounded, they seek hope.
Selah Center offers classes in life-skills, like sewing, beadwork, general education, and a place to find hope and discover the love of Jesus. Relieving oppression and giving marketable job skills.If you have any questions regarding your online sponsorship, please contact EquipNet directly at (925) 478-4320 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org