Oscar spent much of his life dedicated to the sport of Judo. He trained and competed since the age of nine, but in his teen years got into trouble and became a juvenile delinquent. This behavior continued until he met Jesus in 2005. From the day Oscar accepted the Lord Jesus as his Savior, he felt an intense desire to serve Him with his whole life. He started working part-time in sports ministry and did this for five years. Then in 2010, Oscar made two big decisions in his life – he started dating a Christian young lady named Cirimar and started working full-time in sport ministry. In the beginning, these choices were very difficult, but after three years they married (December 2014) and today they serve the Lord together full-time.
Oscar and Cirimar deliver workshops on sport motivation to sports clubs, lead sports clinics in schools and colleges, and organize sporting activities in indigenous, poor and hard-to-reach communities. All of these areas are used as a platform for them to share the Gospel of Jesus to the children, youth, and families and to help these new followers of Christ become a part of a local church. They are also dedicated to train Christian sport leaders to use sport as a tool for evangelism and discipleship. Oscar’s dream is to build an orphanage where children are educated with love and biblical principles and use a variety of sports, arts, and crafts in this process. He also desires to train professional athletes to love God with all their heart, soul, and mind.