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Published on 30 March, 2001

Story number 3 for 30 Mar 2001

(Mexico)–One of Mexico’s leaders in a Christian camping ministry has died. Latin America Mission’s Ken MacHarg reports. “Alberto Rojano was a successful businessman who served for more than 25 years as chief promoter and director of Mexico’s largest Christian camp, Kikoten near Mexico City. Rojano died suddenly on the campgrounds as he was visiting the close of a two-week training session. Under his leadership, the camp developed into a beautifully-kept rustic property with cabins for 80 campers and full training and recreational facilities. He was also a member of the board of trustees of Christian Camping International on an international level. Camp founder Juan Isais said “He died exactly in the spot where his heart had been for more than a quarter of a century.” Rojano was also a key leader in the Conservative Presbyterian denomination in Mexico. For Mission Network News, I’m Ken MacHarg.”

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