Wild News from The Casa Del Menor Vida Nueva

10 New Children Have Just Arrived in the Tudors’ CareWe just received this message from Eldon and Connie Tudor, the missionaries who operate the Children’s home which our church has helped build, and to which most of our summer missions trips have taken us:

Dear Praying Friends,

PRAY! PRAY! PRAY!

Last night the police here in Constitución brought us 6 Oaxaca (pronounced wah-ha-cuh) children because the mother has been murdered and the police think the father did it. We bedded them down on mats in the living room floor. This morning the police brought us 4 more children as they think the father of these children helped in the murder of the woman.

The body of the murdered woman had been (as it looks now) hanged, then taken over across the road and thrown in the garbage dump. She has been there for 3 to 4 days, and the coyotes and other animals have been eating on her. When the body was found, they thought it was a boy at first.

The children think their mother has gone back to a town to visit relatives.

This morning the first thing to do was to feed them, and next we are going to have to delouse them.

All that they are used to eating is chiles and tortillas; they range in age from 13 down to 3 years.

We are sending a picture of them. Since the police brought them here, we do not know if the Mexican
child welfare will help us or not. We do not know what is going to happen when they find out that their mother is dead. One 12-year-old boy and one of the older girls say they are married, but they have not been together yet, the parents arranged the marriage, as it is a custom of their Indian tribe.

Right now, what we need the most is prayers!! We do not have enough beds, the children are all very dirty and need bathing, plus we are all concerned about getting the bugs
too!

We will keep you posted, just PLEASE PRAY!!!!!!!!

Eldon and Connie

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