Children in Oslo, Norway virtually sat together for an online Bible story-telling.
The activity, which was executed by Children’s Worship Service (CWS) officers from the Local Congregation of Oslo East, Norway in the Ecclesiastical District of Northern Europe, was held on February 21, 2021.
Children were connected through videoconferencing and watched the story about David and Goliath and the three Hebrews who were saved from the blazing furnace.
After the film showing, the young brethren participated in a discussion. They shared how they understood the story and what Christian values they have learned.
“Being part of this activity is so much fun because we learned stories from the Bible,” Marla Guarin, a CWS member, said.
Deric Paleracio, CWS president, explained, “It is very important to have this kind of activity to teach the young brethren … the right values inside the Church Of Christ.”
“Now that social media has taken a big part of our lives, there are things or information that are not in accordance with the will of God. In this activity, we are strengthened in our faith and taught with the correct values and teachings that are from the Bible,” Deric added.
Children are thankful to the Church Administration for allowing such an interesting activity that made their faith much stronger. They promised to become true and loyal servants of God when they grow up. ― With reports from INC News Section