New Jersey District convenes, inspires TSV officers

By ABRAHAM EVANGELISTA and MARK ANDRO MILAN

Date Posted: October 21, 2022

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On the instruction of the Church Administration, the leadership of Ecclesiastical District of New Jersey convened the Church officers serving as Technical Support for Videostreaming (TSV) in a special gathering to provide them further guidance and inspiration in performing their sacred duties.

Coming from all congregations in the district, the concerned officers, who are entrusted with technical operations during Church gatherings and events that use videoconferencing, flocked together in the house of worship of the Local Congregation of Wrightstown on September 26, 2022.

The members of TSV group received spiritual guidance and inspiration as they listened to Brother Alex Reyes, district supervising minister, conveyed God’s will written in the Bible. Reminding them of their gifts and skills’ importance to the conduct of worship services and other gatherings, especially under the present circumstances, he exhorted them to perform their sworn duties with unwavering zeal and utmost concern for the Church and for God’s glory.

“The lesson is very timely during these uncertain times. It has strengthened my resolve when it comes to wholeheartedly performing my Church duties,” said Franklyn Bandolon, from the Local Congregation of Aston, Pennsylvania. “As I will not relent in praying to God, I firmly believe I can overcome any problem with His help. I will always trust in what He can do for me.”

From the same local congregation, Ezra Zapanta, said, “This is significant for me as it has reminded me how to perform my Church duties properly, in a manner that is pleasing to God.”

“Inasmuch as God gave us these sacred duties, we must perform these with great care and reverence to show that we truly want to be of help to His given Church Administration, especially on worship service days,” said Raymond Villegas, from the Local Congregation of Bayonne. “We are going through difficulties in this life but these constant reminders from the Church Administration are additional strength for us.” — With reports from INC News Section

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