Eager to know more about the history of the Church, Binhi members from the Ecclesiastical District of Bulacan West in the Philippines yearned to visit the Iglesia Ni Cristo Museum. Hence, on June 1, 2022, after gathering at the compound of the house of worship of the Local Congregation of Malolos, along Pariancillo Street, Barangay Sto. Niño, Malolos, Bulacan, the young brethren travelled to the INC Museum in Quezon City.
Andrea Marie Faustino, Binhi district president from the Local Congregation of Malolos, said, “We’re so thankful to the Church Administration for giving us this opportunity to see in-person how beautiful and worth visiting the INC Museum is. We’ve learned so many things, which are essential as we stay united even more with the Church activities being launched.”
The highlight of their tour was listening to a part of a recorded sermon of God’s Messenger in these last days, Brother Felix Y. Manalo.
“The Church’s history and growth being refreshed to us is one I’m truly looking forward to,” said Mary Lei Bautista from the Local Congregation of Hangga. “It inspired me to keep doing my best in fulfilling the Church duties that I swore to carry out before God,” added Denise Nicole Cruz from the Local Congregation of Malolos.
Through the various sections and displays in the museum, the young members saw in the history of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ) how God proved and continues to provide His help, from the time of Brother Felix Manalo, through that of Brother Eraño G. Manalo, and up to the present Executive Minister, Brother Eduardo V. Manalo.
“This is one of the best museums I’ve gone into. The receptionists were so welcoming. I’m proud to be an Iglesia Ni Cristo (member)!” enthused John Paul Saguinsing from the Local Congregation of Hagonoy. — With reports from INC News Section