Propagational activities prosper in Bangal

By MARK ANDRO T. MILAN

Date Posted: May 6, 2023

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Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ) members from the Local Congregation of Bangal, Ecclesiastical District of Zambales South are not remiss in holding activities to carry on with propagating God’s words to as many people as possible. On April 15 and 18, 2023, the members in the said local congregation conducted a Pasugo Drive and an evangelical mission, respectively.

The brethren gave out more than 400 copies of the Pasugo: God’s Message magazine and religious pamphlets to people in the neighboring streets of their house of worship along National Highway, New Cabalan, Olongapo City, Zambales, Philippines.

“The Church Administration takes the lead in intensifying the propagation work of the Church, as it is, first and foremost, God’s will. That’s what inspires me to keep being united with such holy endeavor,” said Andalusia Redora, choir member.

Among the hundreds of people who were given the Church’s reading materials and declared that they will attend the upcoming evangelical mission was John Malit, who said, “The Pasugo made me aware of the activities and also the Church’s being global. The members prove to be active in the faith.”

Malit was also among those who attended at the Bato-Bato Covered Court for the evangelical mission three days after, which had as its topic “The Church Of Christ is the solution to man’s gravest problem,” and was officiated by Brother Michael Hipolito, resident minister. Malit affirmed that he will enlist as a doctrinal instructee.

“With God’s help and mercy, we’re able to bring along 70 guests,” said Rea Perez, deaconess. “We will follow up on them. We will also make efforts to bring them to Bible studies and worship services until, if God willing, they will be baptized,” she added. “Helping out in the propagation of God’s words is but one among other activities in the Church that we will always unite with,” her husband Harland, head deacon, said. — With assistance from Jensen DG. Mañebog

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