“This activity … provides [an avenue] for the CWS officers to improve their communication and cooperation skills. It also aims to motivate and inspire the officers to be better instruments of our Almighty God and the Church Administration in taking better care of the children,” explained Hazel Dy, one of the two facilitators. The other one was Carlo Marquez; both are current CWS officers.
Through various interactive games, the participants, old and new officers alike, learned about the importance of cultivating effective communication among team members as they work towards a common goal.
“The activity was lively and it provided us with encouragement to always perform our duty to the best of our ability. Working as a team can help us to all the more perform our duties in helping the children be strong in their faith,” said Steffany Alberto, a CWS teacher from Point Claire, Quebec Local Congregation.
“We were reminded that we are not alone in fulfilling our duty, we have each other, the district leadership, the Church Administration, and above all, our Almighty God. With the inspiration we gained in this activity, we promise to better fulfilling our Church duties,” Genina Nobello, one of the participants, said. — With reports from INC News Section