The young brethren gathered at the house of worship of the Local Congregation of Valencia City to participate in the activity.
Rona Mae Palma, a teacher from the Local Congregation of Malaybalay, facilitated the seminar. She taught the brethren study habits that can be useful in the new learning system in this time of the pandemic.
Almira Cindy Gregorio, a Binhi participant, said, “To finish studies is one of the goals of every student. Indeed, such a seminar is meant to achieve that goal for a better future.”
Cedrick Capuya, student, said, “I’m thankful for such an activity that shared effective study habits for me to succeed in my studies, giving honor to my parents and the Lord God.”
Rolando Puspos, district Christian Family Organizations (CFO) overseer, taught God’s words after the seminar. He emphasized the value of praying and obedience to all of God’s commands for young brethren to succeed not only in school but most of all to win over life’s challenges and receive salvation.
Binhi members are thankful to the Church Administration for the timely and interesting activity that can help them improve their learning skills to attain a better future. They promised to be more active in serving the Lord God. ― With reports from INC News Section