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I enjoy a good meal and good conversation.  On a recent trip to Bonaire, I sat across the table from Esteban Larrosa of RTM-Uruguay (TWR's national partner in Uruguay).  Esteban gave me a history lesson on his home country.  I was fascinated to learn that one unique attribute of Uruguay is that it basically has no indigenous people groups; today's Uruguayans are primarily of European decent.  Then, Esteban started talking about the percentage of evangelicals in Uruguay...

Click here for a link to RTM-Uruguay


(Photo of Esteban Larrosa of RTM-Uruguay and Andy Napier)