CAMANAVA District holds special gathering for KADIWA, Binhi members

By FRANCOIS YVONNE LAMBON and JOSE PRIMO RIVERA JR.

Date Posted: November 23, 2022

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The Ecclesiastical District of CAMANAVA, in the National Capital Region (NCR) of the Philippines, held special gatherings for members of the KADIWA (short for Kabataang may Diwang Wagas) and Binhi organizations, the youth organizations within the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ), on October 21, 2022. This was in commemoration of the 49th founding anniversary of the said organizations.

During the said gatherings, which were held in each local congregation in the district, assigned ministers preached a Bible-based lesson. They also reminded the youth of the noble aim why the KADIWA and Binhi organizations were established.

 

“We benefit so much from the activities approved by the Church Administration, like this special gathering. We were taught that securing success in our careers involves being loyal to God’s commands, one of which is being obedient to our parents in the Lord which was pointed out as the first command with a promise. I might be busy studying but it is clear to me that fulfilling our duties in the Church is our priority,” said Sister Janna Pascua, KADIWA vice-president in the Local Congregation of Gen. T. De Leon.

With his faith edified, Arjay Dela Torre, Binhi district president, expressed: “The love and care of the Church Administration for us is heartfelt. They truly desire that all of us be saved. To respond to their concern, I promise to live in holiness and as a Binhi member, to be focused on my studies while upholding my divine duties.”

Brother Roderick Palisoc, the district Christian Family Organizations (CFO) overseer, who officiated at the Local Congregation of Navotas, shared: “We are thankful to God that He placed Brother Eduardo V. Manalo as our leader. He truly cares for the welfare of whole Church, including the youth. By the light of God’s words, he continues guiding the youth on the right path to succeed in life and above all, to ensure salvation.” —With reports from INC News Section