CFO Day in Bataan further strengthens brotherly bond


Date Posted: June 9, 2023

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Guided by the Christian Family Organizations (CFO) Office of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ), brethren in the Ecclesiastical District of Bataan, in the Philippines, got together and enjoyed various fun-filled and interactive activities on May 20, 2023.

Led by the district leadership, “the brethren were filled with joy as they were able to participate to these activities approved by the Church Administration. Our CFO Day encompassed activities that not only entertained but also informed the brethren about livelihood, education, and above all, Christian values,” said Brother Isaias Antinew, district supervising minister.

Booths were setup within the 4J Compound, Sabatan, Orion, Bataan. “These were designed to convey Christian values, such as unity, camaraderie, and brotherhood. It’s a fulfilling experience to be part of the preparations for this event,” said Angela Marie Diwa, a KADIWA officer from the Local Congregation of Mariveles.

Some of these booths were the KADIWA Meet and Greet, Buklod Trade Fair, Christian Medical Dental and Paramedical Society (CMDPS) Free Medical and Dental Mission, and Fun Games, among others.

 “I really enjoyed being here. I never felt out of place. Rather, the brethren’s warm welcome was evident. Not only did I enjoy being with them, I learned a lot from the event,” happily said Althea Baluyot, a prospective member from the Local Congregation of Sabatan. — With reports from Annabele Penuliar of INC News Section


Promoting Christian values to children in Tokyo, Japan


Date Posted: February 2, 2021

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To promote Christian values to children, the Children’s Worship Service (CWS) officers from the Ecclesiastical District of Tokyo, Japan had the young brethren from the local congregations of Yokota and Yokohama watch the animation INCinema film “Kahit ako ay bata” (Even if I’m young) on January 10, 2021.

From their homes, the kids watched the movie with excitement. They were also delighted to see the film together with their parents. It was a bonding moment for the family.

In the activity, the young brethren learned to be polite and give respect to the elderly. It was also a chance for them to develop and value their faith as members of the Church Of Christ.

CWS officers provided a Japanese translation for the young Japanese brethren in Yokohama to understand the story.

The brethren are thankful to the Church Administration for the love and concern. They promised to actively participate in all Church activities. ― With reports from INC News Section