Ladies Conference

This last Friday and Saturday we went to Texcoco, to visit Primera Iglesia Bautista de Texcoco. We took 18 ladies from our church and Bro. Tim Aguiar took 8 ladies from his church. Bro. Aguiar helped us to take the ladies with his mini-bus.

Nicole thought two times and I had the opportunity to preach once. At the beggining I kept saying “hermanos” which means, brethren. Instead of “hermanas”, which means, sisters. If any of you are interested of the videos in Spanish, I can post them later on when I have them ready in this post. Just let me know. It might help someone you know, but remember, they are in Spanish.

In Church

We had a good church service. We had two first time visitors and also two saved! One of them came because we gave him a track a week ago when Bro. Manuel Garcia and I were soulwinning in the area of Cruz del Sur in Puebla. (This is the area we are praying about to start a new mission church this year). Praise the Lord Leo came and at the end of the preaching my heart rejoiced seeing his arm up wanting to get saved! We are already seeing God’s hand opening doors and getting people saved in this part of town. Please pray for Leo that he will continue to come. Also pray for Pablo Hernandez, a member of our church. His wife just texted me to let me know that he had been drinking again. I love this family and I pray that he will get convicted by the Holy Spirit to stop drinking.

Thank you for your prayers!

Arturo Muñoz and Family

Apr 15th by Arturo Munoz

This morning was a special morning. I had the privilege to baptize our own daughter Sarah. Today was also a special Sunday because we celebrated Easter Sunday — we celebrated the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. We also baptized 4 other people of our church. What a blessing is to see our church growing in grace and in numbers. We had 99 adults during our Sunday morning preaching service (not counting the children’s church nor the nursery). Three of them were first time visitors and we had one person accepting Jesus as his personal Savior.

Our Daughter Sarah getting baptized

Our Daughter Sarah getting baptized

Youth Conference in Cuernavaca, Morelos

From Monday to Wednesday we took our youth group to a Youth Conference in Cuernavaca to Iglesia Bautista Monte Abarim, whose Pastor is Brother Alejandro Ramirez. We had 27 young people from our church plus another 20 from Brother’s Tim Aguiar’s church from East Puebla. A total of 50 attended the conference just from Puebla — What a blessing! — 10 years ago I only took one young man to a youth camp and now there are more young people saved and willing to serve God!

When I went to Cuernavaca to pick up our young people, Bro. Tim Aguiar told me that his mini-bus broke down. The bought a mini-bus few months ago and they helped us take some of our young people. Pastor Alejandro Ramirez let us use one of his fifteen passenger vans to bring our young people back to Puebla. So… I brought 25, and Bro. Tim brought another 25! Praise the Lord we were not stopped and everything went OK! Here is a picture of the ones I brought (missing three on the picture.)

25 in our 15 passenger van!

25 in our 15 passenger van!

Couples Retreat in Toluca, Estado de Mexico

This last Thursday through Saturday my wife and I had the opportunity to attend the annual couples retreat that Bro. Victor Castillo organizes in Toluca. Bro. S. E. thought during the three days. My wife and I came back to Puebla blessed by the preaching of the Word and the fellowship.

 

Bro. S.E. and his wife, me and Nicole, and Bro. Victor Castillo and his wife

Bro. S.E. and his wife, me and Nicole, and Bro. Victor Castillo and his wife

Bro. Manuel Garcia

Today we had Bro. Manuel Garcia, missionary to “maybe Puebla” preach in our church. Bro. Garcia has been a missionary in Guaymas, Sonora for the last 7 years. God has put in his heart to visit the south part of the country of Mexico and see where He would lead him to start another church. We are praying for Puebla for more missionaries. Puebla, I believe, has the least amount of missionaries per capita in the country of Mexico. At the moment we have 3 IFB churches in the city. We surely would love for Bro. Garcia to come to Puebla, but we will wait to see what God has for him. If you don’t know were to go in Mexico as a missionary, please playfully consider the city of Puebla as an option. Please come and help us!

Bro. Manuel Garcia and his wife in our church

Bro. Manuel Garcia and his wife in our church

Bro. Garcia preaching in our Church in Puebla, Mexico

Bro. Garcia preaching in our Church in Puebla, Mexico

Thank you for all of your prayers! God bless you.

Sincerely,

Arturo Munoz
Puebla, MEX

More Pictures of Baptisms

Waiting for the next person to be baptized

Waiting for the next person to be baptized

Bro. Cesar

Bro. Cesar

Bro. Miguel de Alba

Bro. Miguel de Alba

Dana

Dana

Bro. Sabino

Bro. Sabino

Apr 09th by Arturo Munoz

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