Mexico preacher Miguel Arroyo dies in car accident

Miguel-Arroyo

Miguel Arroyo

ZACATECAS, Mexico (BNc) by Jaime Hernandez — Miguel Arroyo, preacher of the gospel in Queretaro, Mexico, and director of the School of Preaching Center in this city, died Jan. 5, in a car accident in the state of Zacatecas.

He established some 10 congregations in nearly 30 years of preaching in this region.

Brother Arroyo had worked in India with Jim Waldron and was associated with Crieve Hall congregation of Nashville, Tenn., to spread the gospel in central Mexico.

He studied in Sunset School of Preaching in the 1970s.

The teaching faculty of the school he had led were Tom Wacaster, Ronald Coleman, and Jon Gary Williams.

Miguel is survived by his wife Olivia Castaneda and four children Alain, Princess, Michael and Betsy.

We express our deepest and heartfelt sympathy to them all.

4 thoughts on “Mexico preacher Miguel Arroyo dies in car accident

  1. He was a great visionary and capable leader.

    Till we meet again in glory, my friend and brother in Christ.

  2. His Evangelistic Work was Overseen by Crieve Hall Church of Christ of Nashville, TN. and the Central School of Preaching where he was dean, It was Overseen by Eisenhower Church of Christ of Odessa, TX.
    Brother Michael was mainly well known in Tennessee and Texas.

  3. Sorry to hear of the loss of our brother in Mexico. He was a worker for the Lord and will be deeply missed. Harvey Stow, Edmond, OK

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