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Alejandro Cifuentes

Alejandro Cifuentes, 22, of Commerce passed away on Tuesday, October 31, 2017, in Commerce.

Alejandro will go to his home country of Nicaragua for family services.


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Siento tanto su perdida. Cuanto anhelamos el dia que ya no lloremos la muerte de un ser querido. Quisiera compartir con ustedes la bella esperanza que nos da Dios en su Palabra la Biblia. En Revelación 21:3-5 Dios promete que en un futuro muy cercano, va a eliminar la muerte para siempre. Considerar escrituras bíblicas, les puede traer una medida de consuelo. (Juan 5:28,29; Job 14:14,15; Salmos 37:11,29). Pueden estar seguros que Dios está al tanto de su profundo dolor.

J Mitchell Dec 12 2017 12:00 AM

Myself, everyone at the Wesleyan Campus Ministry (where he volunteered), along with First United Methodist Church Commerce deeply mourn the loss of Alejandro. We are all praying for you, may the Holy Spirit our Counselor bring you Peace in this tragic time of grief. We pray you may know that Christ is with you, and that we believe as United Methodists that Alex is no longer in this world of suffering but now in the Eternal Arms of Almighty God. Alejandro volunteered at the Wesleyan Campus Ministry during last Spring semester. He blessed us with a creative mind and willing heart. He helped serve our weekly free lunch, helped with maintenance and attended leadership meetings. Even though he was new to the Wesleyan he immediately started improving our ministry with innovative ideas which has already helped us reach new people for Jesus Christ. Our deepest sympathy to your family. PLEASE do not hesitate to contact me for anything you may need. I am an ordained United Methodist Pastor. My cell number is 214-316-7625. Please know that I attended a Prayer Vigil, reached out to his friends and cousins, and we prayed for him during our All Saints Worship Service at First United Methodist. I am also planning to figure out how to honor Alex in some special long-lasting way at the campus ministry. I hope to be in contact with you via email or phone to tell you how we plan to remember his service and legacy. Romans 8:38-39

Rev. Brian Dierolf Nov 6 2017 12:00 AM