More Liberians learn about the true faith thru evangelical missions


Date Posted: April 20, 2024

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Through evangelical missions, more Liberians were introduced to the true faith. Through the efforts of the members of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ) in the Local Congregation of Monrovia, Liberia and the Virginia, Liberia Group Worship Service (GWS), in the Ecclesiastical District of Northern Africa, residents in their respective communities attended the evangelical missions.

The evangelical mission hosted by the GWS was officiated by Brother Dernilo Pascua, district supervising minister, on April 3, 2024. Meanwhile, that of Monrovia was officiated by Brother Ziam Condor, ministerial worker, on April 8.

Prior to these propagational events, the brethren held weeklong devotional prayers. With God’s help and guidance, over a hundred guests attended in both occasions.

The officiating minister and ministerial worker emphasized the importance of making wise choices, highlighting how crucial such decisions are as these can ultimately lead man to either salvation or damnation on Judgment Day.

Marksom Dahn, a guest, conveyed his gratitude towards the Church for arranging such a meaningful activity that has been “instrumental in guiding individuals to make wise decisions, ultimately leading to salvation and an improved life.”

Emmanuel Tyler, another guest, likewise shared his appreciation for the chance to hear the teachings of the Church Of Christ. “Entering the Church is essential for receiving salvation, regarding it as the optimal choice for securing everlasting life,” he said, thus enlisting himself as doctrinal instructee right after the evangelical mission.

On behalf of the district, Brother Pascua expressed, “We are grateful to God for the success of the evangelical missions. We hope that all our guests will heed God’s words and enter the true Church to secure eternal life. May these evangelistic activities serve as their stepping stone to continue studying the biblical doctrines upheld in the Church.” — With reports from INC News Section