Tobias Bass has some mighty big dreams for a 10-year-old.
You might assume that this Edmond, Okla., football player and jiu-jitsu practitioner since the age of 5 might have designs on an athletic career.
Yet despite his shelf full of trophies and ribbons, Tobias wants to be a pastor when he grows up. In fact, he told KWTV he wants to be a pastor for soldiers and minister to those dying on the front lines.
But for the time being, Tobias has one special person he’s ministering to.
His big brother Titus, 11, has cerebral palsy. Titus can’t walk, hear or eat. In a moving, three-page handwritten letter to KWTV, Tobias said Titus “cries when he sees people outside” because he knows he can’t join them to run and play and enjoy the fresh air.
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