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A couple of years ago, my wife Kathy gave me a new, vinyl covered Rand McNally atlas of the United States.  Why?  Because she often would find me randomly picking a state in our old and tattered atlas and studying the towns, roads, and historic sites in that state.  While I am only daydreaming about a future road trip, Jose Carlos Santos of Radio Trans Mundial in Brazil studies the big map in his office and dreams about reaching people with the Good News of Jesus.

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(Photo of Jonatas Hudner, Interpreter, Jose Carlos Santos, Executive Director of RTM-Brazil, and Samuel Mattos, Studio Director of RTM-Brazil)