The activity aimed to help the brethren earn extra income in these trying times and be able to continue serving the Lord God.
Attendees from the local congregations of Binondo, Baseco, Magsaysay, Sampaloc, Barrio Obrero, and Quiapo said that they benefited from the activity.
“The Buklod livelihood Cares is a project of the Manila District to help the brethren open their own small businesses,” said Carmelita Alfonso, a Buklod officer who facilitated the seminar.
The brethren learned how to make dishwashing liquid that can serve as an opportunity for the members for starting a small business.
“This is a big help for us because aside from being of use for our personal needs, it can also be a start of a small business that will support our daily needs. The seminar was very helpful,” said Junar De Gracia, Buklod member.
After every seminar, attendees received a free dishwashing tool kit to start what they have learned from the livelihood seminar.
The brethren expressed how thankful they are to the Church Administration, especially to the Executive Minister, Brother Eduardo V. Manalo. “Thank you so much for the continuous support and love for the sake of our welfare. We love you so much,” said Ryvie Torres, Buklod member. ― With reports from INC News Section