Noche de Yugo

A yoke is a wooden beam usually used between a pair of oxen to enable them to pull together on a load. When a young ox is put under a yoke, it is usually accompanied by an older, experienced and strong one. The inexperience of the young is supplemented by the expertise of the old. The young one will keep walking in the right path avoiding danger because the old ox will be there to stop it.

Noche de Yugo (Night Yoke) is a traditional annual dinner that the Camiri Youth group offers to mostly older people in appreciation for their support to the group’s activities and are always giving a helping hand.

We have named this group “Paul-Timothy” and our theme verse is 2 Timothy 2:2 (The things which you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses,entrust these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also) and its description is: The group is for young people “of all ages” that meets on Saturdays at 7:30 PM at School / Church “Christian Camireña” which promotes the relationship Paul-Timothy, Moses, Joshua, Naomi, Ruth, etc.. for edification, service and glory of God.

Pictures in Facebook of Night Yoke here.

Published in: on April 26, 2012 at 6:02 am  Comments (1)  
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  1. Andres,

    Very good lesson. It’s sort of like being yoked to your children, or a teacher – student conection such as your profession. I’m hoping to visit with Gabe in June.

    Also – big news, I hope you remember my son Brent who was with us when we were in Camiri. He is getting married on Aug. 17th. He announced his engagement last week.

    Stay well my friend,
    Steve Barclay

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