Saturday, November 28, 2009


Once a year our National Mexican Brotherhood gathers to spend time in worship and Bible study. This usually implies a considerable effort by our laymen as they seek for the lord to lead us collectively as a National Association. This year it was in Chiapas, just a few miles from the Mexico Guatemala boarder. That is a very long way for most of us to travel. I was honored once again to be one of the speakers. I was asked to speak about community penetration, the influence that men can have on their communities through social organizations, their own occupations and volunteer service. I spoke of the importance of going to where the people live and take our Christian influence with them. The ability we have to take the witness of our church to our community.

It is always a blessing to spend time with our brethren better preparing for our Savior’s work. We trust every effort will translate into souls saved and churches planted.

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