Bambang Congregation officers lead evangelical mission

By CZARINA SANCHEZ and MARK ANDRO MILAN

Date Posted: September 28, 2022

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“I and my relatives unite in inviting people. As a follow-up, I will even send [propagational video] links to the guests,” said Maria Aurora David, deaconess and finance officer. “Though the pandemic lingers, I will remain devoted to my Christian duty of encouraging people to join the Church.”

Keeping abreast with the entire Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ) in its intensive propagation of God’s words, the Local Congregation of Bambang, in the Ecclesiastical District of Manila, in the Philippines, conducted an evangelical mission on September 2, 2022. An offshoot of the Tayuman Congregation, Bambang’s place of worship is housed within a two-storey building situated along Yakal St., Sta. Cruz, Manila.

Brother Rommel Raguine, minister of the gospel, officiated at the evangelical mission. Through the Bible, he preached that man should strive to be among God’s true servants, now more than ever. This must be done, he said, not only to be assured of His safekeeping, but, most especially, salvation on Judgment Day.

“I do not give up on inviting guests. I return to their respective houses a day after the evangelical mission to do follow-ups,” said Jona Milcah Mangalino, choir member. She brought 60 guests on the day of the evangelical mission. — With reports from INC News Section

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