Hawaii-Pacific holds evangelical missions in 7 venues


Date Posted: March 4, 2024

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The Ecclesiastical District of Hawaii-Pacific on February 9, 2024 conducted district-wide evangelical missions in seven venues: three on Oahu, one each in Maui, Big Island, Kauai, and American Samoa.

Most of the said venues were houses of worship. For the Oahu area, Brother Gem Baitan, the district supervising minister, officiated at that of the Local Congregation of Maili; Brother Jeyve Kisio, district edification overseer at Honolulu; and Brother Dontae Thompson, district secretary, at Wahiawa.

Brother Adorado Apostol, the assistant district supervising minister, officiated at Lihue house of worship (Kauai area); Brother Israel Brandon Pacheco, district Christian Family Organizations overseer, at Wailuku (Maui); Brother Randy Weir, district Church officers overseer at Keaau (Big Island); and Brother Brian Aniciete, resident minister, at a rented hall in American Samoa.

The ministers imparted to the attendees especially the guests the biblical teaching on the indispensability of the true Church Of Christ to receiving salvation on Judgment Day.

“May the biblical truth that they [the guests] heard strike a chord with them wanting to know more about the Church Of Christ,” hoped Brother Joshua Monica, ministerial worker assigned in the Local Congregation of Kapolei.

Fortunately, with God’s help, many guests, such as Martha Querobrasis from Keaau, decided to attend Bible studies on doctrines. “The biblical message gave me insight about the true religion. I want to be obedient to the Lord God,” she said.

“It was good, peaceful, and educational. I notice that the minister always focuses on the Bible so much and takes answers only from the Bible,” said Kumi Uieno, a guest of the Maili Congregation. “I am willing to attend another Bible study like this to understand God’s teachings,” she added. — With reports from Joshua Galang of INC News Section