Hong Kong holds evangelical mission, musical presentation


Date Posted: October 7, 2021

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Members of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ) in the Hong Kong Ecclesiastical District once again proved their ardent desire to help in the Church’s work of propagating God’s words on September 22, 2021 by bringing many guests to an evangelical mission and musical presentation.

The brethren brought their colleagues, friends, and loved ones who are not yet members of the Church Of Christ to the Sai Kung Town Hall to listen to the biblical teachings they firmly uphold.

In the first part of the program, Brother Arnel Trinidad, district supervising minister, taught a Bible-based lesson about the great importance of being granted by God the right to worship and serve Him. He pointed out that those inside the true Church Of Christ are the ones who have that right as well as the certainty of inheriting the promised land and eternal life come Judgment Day.

After the study of God’s words, select brethren from various local congregations performed a musical presentation featuring Iglesia Ni Cristo original songs that reflect their strong faith and hope in Christ.  

In an interview, Brother Trinidad, said, “This musical evangelical mission is part of the present campaign of the Church Administration in further intensifying the work of propagation.”

Merlinda Tuban, one of the guests, expressed, “I am glad to witness and attend the actual evangelical mission and the study of God’s words.”

Another guest Cheryl Salazar, observed, “how the INC followed the health protocols implemented here in Hong Kong.” She added: “Above all, I am thankful because I gained additional knowledge about the teachings of God that were imparted to us.

“Through this activity, it is evident how the brethren eagerly participated despite their business in their everyday work. They united in inviting many people to be with us in studying God’s words and be inspired through the musical program,” enthused Brother Trinidad. — With reports from INC News Section