Our Daughter Rachel is 9!


Last Saturday our daughter Rachel turned 9. Since we have 7 kids, we only celebrate and make a big birthday party every three years. And even though we have them every three years, it seems that we have a party every few months. We actually celebrate 1 birthday one year (our twins), two birthdays the second year, and three birthdays the third year.

We had a good crowd coming to our house and Rachel sure had a good time.

Last Sunday morning (yesterday) we had 7 visitors and 3 of them got saved. We again had to put chairs in the aisle.

Pray for us this Thursday as we go out of town to visit my sister Eunice in Iguala, GRO. She had a baby girl four weeks ago. I was also asked to preach in a 25th anniversary wedding of a family we knew long time ago when we lived in Iguala.

Thank you for your prayers!




  1. What a blessing it was to read your blog! I found your church website when I was searching for noncatholic churches in Puebla. I was there last year teaching English and visited for a couple weeks this year.I would love to visit your church next year when I come to visit. Puedes mandarme un correo electronico?

  2. I was so happy to find you all. I went to OBC with your husband and sister in law, Aglaee. It’s such a blessing to see you all in God’s work. I grew up on the field in Veracruz. My father died last year while serving the Lord. Your husband’s zeal reminds me alot of my father.
    Stay strong in Him and know that you are in my prayers.
    God bless you & your family.

  3. Hi,
    It was good to hear from you. And yes, I remember you!
    Aglaee is right now on deputation with her husband Alejandro Ruiz. They have two kids. They want to start a church in Guerrero. They should be with us in our missions conference in one week here in Puebla.
    We are doing well. We are having another b-day! It’s Ashley’s turn. As you might know by now, we have 7 kids and we only celebrate their birthday every 3 years. This time Ashley turns 3! Her first birthday.
    Good to hear from you. God bless you.
    Arturo Munoz

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