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 them vulnerable to sex and labor traffickers.
They can be physically beaten, over-worked, often sexually abused, leaving them emotionally scarred. 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. Giving relief from oppression and exploitation for at-risk young women.