Brethren from all over the Ecclesiastical District of New Zealand took active part in the online evangelical mission held on January 19, 2022. They showed their unity with the Church Administration in this holy endeavor by doing their best to courteously invite their friends and loved ones.
“It is our duty to God that we tell other people about His words in order to enlighten them that there is hope and salvation when Judgment Day comes,” answered Cedric Dones when asked about his motivation in sharing his faith. He is a secretariat officer in the Palmerston North Group Worship Service (GWS).
The brethren were thankful to God that many of their prospective guests accepted their invitation to witness the study of God’s words through videoconferencing from the safety of their homes.
The district supervising minister, Brother Dennis Dahunan, officiated at the first schedule of the evangelical mission while Brother Nolly Esperanza, the assistant district supervising minister, led the second.
Each minister of the gospel proved that, according to the Bible, people are guaranteed salvation on Judgment Day if and only if they obeyed the Lord God’s will to join and remain faithful members of the true Church, which is the body of Christ: the Church Of Christ.
Brother Arturo Martin, district Light of Salvation (LOS) overseer, attested how the brethren enthusiastically shared the true faith to others. “In spite of the many hindrances, like the present pandemic, they are able to find ways on how they can help in the work of propagation. Their dedication to give their best efforts to follow the commands of God and to be united with the Church Administration is admirable,” he said.
The New Zealand District oversees several local congregations and GWS in the country including those in two other countries in Oceania—Fiji and Tonga. — With reports from INC News Section