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Mari and Miriam

There were eight others baptized this same day from six of the other Methodist churches in the city. Two weeks later Miriam and Limber chose to have Edson baptized. What a testimony these two women are in their community and at the Tiu Rancho Center where they minister to so many children every day.

Tiu Rancho baseball teams

Six boys were chosen to travel to Tarija, close to the Argentine border, to play in a tournament for 10-12 year olds this past weekend. Even though four of the boys chosen from Tiu Rancho are younger than ten (Jamer, Diego, who is Jamer’s uncle, Junior, and Luis), they were still asked to play. Junior is eight years old. His brother Cesar plays for the young men’s team and is only 13 years old. He astonishes the other men’s teams by making flying leaps, catching fly balls and rolling in center field.

I am attaching a picture of the team that traveled to Tarija. I chose not to travel since it is a 36 hour bus ride. They have promised me to bring pictures back. I will also attach pictures of the men’s team and the second team in the coming months.

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