Courtesy of the soap-making activity held on November 21, 2021 by the KADIWA leadership from the Ecclesiastical District of Bulacan, members of the said Christian family organization gained knowledge not only about how to make soap from readily available materials but were also tutored on the potential of soap-making as a hobby and an alternative source of livelihood.
Through videoconferencing, KADIWA members from various local congregations participated in the activity. Lannah Dennise Castillo , a KADIWA member and young entrepreneur from the Local Congregation of Bulihan, served as the resource speaker. In the activity, she discussed to the attendees the ingredients as well as the step-by-step process of making soap. To spark their interest in making organic soap, she shared with them a video tutorial of making soap from coffee grounds.
“This activity helps the KADIWA members to do something worthwhile in this time of the pandemic. They can also start a small business for additional income,” said Dennise. “This kind of activity is very important because we met brethren from different local congregations. Young brethren also showed their activeness in participating in the activities launched by the Church Administration.”
The brethren are thankful for the activity because they not only learned new things but they also felt the care of the Church Administration for their livelihood. ― With reports from INC News Section