Australia East District reinforces CMDPS officers’ faith


Date Posted: March 16, 2022

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“CMDPS officers were taught to be hardworking and to also have perseverance, especially nowadays when life is difficult. The teachings of the Lord God truly inspires,” said Brother Richard Esperanza, district Christian Family Organizations (CFO) overseer. “This gave them more hope and they know that as members of the Church Of Christ, they are truly blessed because they have the one true God with them. He will bless them with their needs.”

This was what officers of the Christian Medical Dental and Paramedical Society (CMDPS) in the Ecclesiastical District of Australia East received in a special gathering to commemorate their organization’s 3rd anniversary. The activity was held on February 27, 2022 via videoconferencing.

Brother Felix Santos, the district supervising minister, officiated at the house of worship of the Local Congregation of Minchinbury, New South Wales. His preaching was streamed live to the houses of worship and homes of the brethren throughout the district.

Brother Esperanza said that it is the Church Administration’s hope that “the words of our Lord God telling them that they are not alone are instilled in the hearts and minds of all our brethren who are working in the medical frontline and are giving their all. As members of the Church Of Christ, we have a great advantage and benefit having the one true God with us.”

Ariel Cruz, a CMDPS member from the Local Congregation of Blacktown City, enthused, “I do believe that what I received from God, the duty that I have in the Church and my assignment now in the hospital, all came from God. I am putting my heart in my work and I am happy with my career. Most of all, I am happy to fulfill my duty inside the Church.” — With reports from INC News Section