From their homes, KADIWA members from various local congregations in the district took part in the virtual games. The line-up of games included geography quizzes, riddles and puzzles, as well as challenges to locate specific items, photos, and more.
“Right now, we’re in lockdown. With the guidance of the Church Administration, through this activity, we gave the brethren the means to see one another. They worked together and met new brothers and sisters who also belong in their organization. I am sure that they enjoyed each other’s company,” said Brother Richard Esperanza, resident minister from the Local Congregation of Carlingford.
The young brethren were thankful for the activity for not only did it bring them joy, it also brought them inspiration, helped enrich their team spirit, and strengthened their bond of brotherhood. ― With reports from INC News Section