Brethren from the Ecclesiastical Districts of Macau, Taiwan, and Thailand held a series of online evangelical missions in August 2020. Using their social media accounts, they invited their friends and loved ones by sending the web links of the activity.
In the Ecclesiastical District of Macau, the local congregations of Macau, Taipa, Barra, and San Malou participated in the live-streamed evangelical mission. Guests said that they clearly understood the teachings of God written in the Bible taught to them. They gave positive remarks about the Church. They said that in times of hardships and hopelessness they felt love and concern from the brethren who invited them. Some of the guests promised to continue to listen while others decided to be listed as doctrinal instructees.
Brethren from various local congregations said that they will continue to intensify the work of propagation to reach more people, especially their loved ones. Brother Celestino Bacsafra, district supervising minister, led the brethren in the activity and gave encouragement to them by teaching that in the midst of this pandemic, they should put all their hope in God for the graces that will surely come.
Meanwhile, in the Ecclesiastical District of Taiwan, the brethren remain diligent in helping in the work of propagation. They continue to take part by inviting people to watch the week-long evangelical mission in the Iglesia Ni Cristo YouTube channel. Brother Mayonel Taal, district supervising minister, together with the district’s ministers, ministerial workers, and officers led the brethren in the activity. Guests have continuously watched the program from the first up to the last day of the series.
Brethren from various local congregations in the Ecclesiastical District of Thailand also participated in the online evangelical mission. Brother Willen Regalado, district supervising minister, with the aid of the district officers, ministers, and ministerial workers, led the brethren from eight (8) countries, namely: Cambodia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Laos, Maldives, and Thailand. ― With reports from INC News Section