Chusita Pocasangre was born without human aid in the country of El Salvador, where poor living conditions severely compromised her health, and civil war constantly drove her into hiding. She knew a level of famine that literally reduced her diet to dirt, and has held her breath as the enemy hunted for her just inches away. But she also came to know the God who preserved her at birth, overshadowed her life from infancy, and defended her from death and peril.
21 years later, at the appointed time, the Lord moved her to Seattle, Washington, and continued to oversee her life. In November of 1999, in the midst of a marriage proposal and pending engagement, the Lord dispatched a message to her, dissuading her from accepting the proposal and assuring that He had a husband coming. So she discontinued her consideration of the current offer, and waited upon the Lord. In 2001, she met a man who had just surrendered his spousal rights to God, and been praying very earnestly and specifically for a wife. In March of 2002, she became the wife of Brian Biggar.
In January of 2003, Chusita began serving in the church she had been attending, alongside her husband as cell group leader, usher, deacon, youth pastor, treasurer and secretary, as the Lord continued to move them through every office in what the Lord later classified as "an education." In May of 2010, God plucked them up from that field and replanted them at the Seed of Abraham Church in Renton, Washington, where a prophetic word from the Lord authenticated the transition on their first visit.