To make the activity a success, brethren from various local congregations in Thailand invited their co-workers, friends, and loved ones to their respective houses of worship to listen to the words of God. Others opened their homes to their guests and connected to the evangelical mission via videoconferencing.
Officiated by each local congregation’s resident ministers, the evangelical missions paved the way for the guests to learn what the Bible says as the way for people to receive the hope of salvation.
“Since the Thai government lowered restrictions and allowed small gatherings, the brethren longed and were eager to be part of in-person activities, especially in inviting people to learn more about the Church,” Brother Joemel Fuentes, the district Light of Salvation overseer, said in an interview. “Many guests expressed their interest in continuing to listen in the Bible studies on doctrines.” — With reports from INC News Section