Art activities keep Alaska youth busy during lockdown

By RICHARD N. CALANGIAN and MARK ANDRO T. MILAN

Date Posted: June 6, 2020

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Spreading positivity while giving glory to the Almighty God, young members from the Ecclesiastical District of Alaska busied themselves with art activities sponsored by their respective Christian Family Organizations (CFO).

On May 10, 2020, Binhi members made “Thank You” cards for those in the medical field, expressing how grateful they are for their sacrifices especially as first responders to fight the current contagion.

Days later, on May 22, they joined their fellow youth videoconferencing in an art activity dubbed “Painting with coffee.” Using coffee as medium, they showed their artistic side with the theme, “People of God, Give Him Glory.”

On May 15, Children’s Worship Service (CWS) members participated in the “INC Kids Time To Draw” activity via videoconferencing while staying at home.

KADIWA members meanwhile had their session of painting using coffee on May 17. Via videoconferencing, they made artworks under the theme “People of God, Give Him Glory,” in harmony with the Church Administration’s efforts in teaching all members of the Church Of Christ to use their life and strength for God’s glory. ― With reports from INC News Section

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