On April 17, 2021, Iglesia Ni Cristo members from the Local Congregation of San Agustin, Ecclesiastical District of Zambales North traveled the almost 11-km stretch of rough roads to Sitio Lupang Pangako wherein they shared the true faith and extended aid to their Aeta countrymen.
Sitio Lupang Pangako is a resettlement area which has been the home of an Aeta tribe after being afflicted with the Mt. Pinatubo eruption in 1991.
Brother Jeremias Mendoza Jr., district supervising minister, led the study of God’s words. He taught from the Bible that one should recognize the Lord Jesus Christ and be included in those whom He will save.
On reaching out to the Aetas and sharing to them the message of salvation, the resident minister, Brother Donato Guinto, said, “This is God’s commandment—that we love our fellowmen, which was why we conducted the evangelical mission, after which we handed out goodwill bags to be of help with their needs.”
Romeo Cabalic, one of the guests, happily said, “What a good cause … thank you for visiting us here in Lupang Pangako.” — With reports from INC News Section