Parents in two Southern Luzon districts lead families in spreading the pure gospel


Date Posted: May 9, 2021

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Christian families from the two ecclesiastical districts in Southern Luzon united in spreading the pure gospel of salvation by inviting many guests to online evangelical mission held on April 27, 2021.

In the Ecclesiastical District of Cavite, parents led their household in inviting their loved ones and friends to listen to the preaching of God’s words by the ministers and ministerial workers assigned in every local congregation.

It was reported that many of their invitees logged in to the videoconferencing room created for the said virtual activity. They learned the biblical teachings about the only way to be saved on Judgement Day is through joining the Church Of Christ.

“Despite the quarantine protocols, we are unhindered to proclaim the truth by sharing the link of the Church’s official websites through our various social media accounts,” said Jimmy and Wilhelmina Pahayag, Church officers in the Local Congregation of Brooke Lane. “Through the recently held evangelical mission, we also grabbed the opportunity to invite our relatives to examine the doctrines upheld by the Church.”

Randy and Maricris Reyno, Church officers in the same congregation, shared the importance of uniting with the Church Administration in propagational works, “This is one of the commandments of God that we should fully obey because it will lead us in attaining salvation. We promise that no matter, what we will continue this zealousness in spreading the truth.”

Meanwhile, in the Ecclesiastical District of Batangas, every household actively campaigned for the online evangelical mission in which the designated ministers and ministerial workers proclaimed the pure gospel.

Many guests from the confines of their homes connected through videoconferencing and listened to the biblical truth about the one true God, whom one should recognize and worship to receive eternal life.

True to their Church membership, brethren from Batangas resolved to be more active in sharing their faith as what the Lord God expects from them. — With reports from INC News Section