Her mission was to bring the love of Jesus to the indigenous people of Bolivia. In 1980, she and a team of seventeen young people traveled down the world’s deadliest roads, crossing swollen rivers to reach these people as a part of a project to help the impoverished residents to help sustainable agriculture. She didn’t know that during this journey she would be confronted by military junta, who believed that American missionaries were encouraging the resistance. Because of this, they wanted to eliminate them from the equation. The junta had no idea they were dealing with someone who truly embodied the presence of Christ. She only had seconds to pray before she was discovered by soldiers. In that moment, she was completely aware of the presence of God. When she was found, she began to be shoved around, with gums aimed. In this moment, she did the unexpected. She went back and forth with the soldiers about the presence of Christ, and the love she had for them through the love of Christ. Even in the chaos, standing on different sides related to faith, they were amazed by her actions. She was later released. She was a pastor a Bolivian church. When Sarah and her husband Ken worked with the people of the village to find Christ and grow not only spiritually, but agriculturally. She is a powerful testament to what God can do when you’re willing to risk everything to follow Him.