Alma Petlacalco, an aztec descendant, was born in a Latter-day Saint family. She converted and married Miguel, and they were sealed at the Mexico City temple. Now they work together, providing tours to members and friends of the LDS faith from around the world, demonstrating the relationship of ancient Mayan archaeological sites and sharing their testimony of Jesus Christ in America, with an emphasis in Mesoamerica and the Book of Mormon. 

Alma has served as teacher in the Church through many assignments and callings. She is currently attending the Playa del Carmen Playa del Carmen ward. Miguel has a construction management degree from California State. His construction knowledge has proven useful as he has worked with the Church, building and supervising the reconstruction of chapels and stake centers that were damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Wilma in 2005 (along with building new chapels and stake centers in southeast Mexico). Miguel is a former bishop and has served in the high council during different periods and many other callings since becoming a member of the Church. He is currently the first high priest assistant and teaches the temple preparation class. 

Alma and Miguel have dedicated their time by serving as temple workers in Los Angeles, California templein the past. Now, Miguel has joined his wife Alma working together doing LDS tours, and he shares his testimony of Jesus Christ every time they take LDS visitors throughout the Mayan lands in the Peninsula of Yucatan Mexico.They are a team of passionate, spiritual Latter-day Saint tour guides. Alma and Miguel have lived in Mexico City, California, New York, Nevada, and Quintana Roo, Mexico while serving on Church assignments or pursuing business endeavors. They have five children: April, Miguel Jr., David, Janine and Zarahemla. Miguel Jr. is 24 years old and is a returned missionary who served honorably. He was the mission president’s assistant during his mission, and now he is serving as first counselor in the Elder’s quorum while also teaching a Gospel Doctrine class in the ward. He is currently studying International Business at the university and working as an LDS tour guide with his parents. David has recently finished his mission in January of 2013, he served in Mexico City