Thailand District reaches 10th anniversary, holds one activity after another

By NOEL DELIGERO JR.

Date Posted: May 16, 2024

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The Ecclesiastical District of Thailand held a series of activities on April 28, 2024, at the Graph Hotel, at 188 Ratchadaphisek Road, Huai Khwang, Bangkok, Thailand to “celebrate a decade of God’s blessings in our district, that have truly inspired and strengthened the faith of the brethren,” expressed Brother Reynaldo Bondoc, the district Church Officers overseer.

The first in the series of activities was the special gathering led by Brother Rene Panoncillo, the Church’s General Secretary. During the study of God’s words, he urged all attendees to remain ever active in fulfilling their Church duties, among other commandments of God, to give honor and glory to Him no matter what the circumstances. Doing so, Brother Panoncillo further said, God will continue to bless them and their families, and rest assured of receiving salvation when Christ returns.

“I extend my deepest gratitude to our Lord God for the myriad blessings He has bestowed upon our district,” enthused Signor Rinno Montales, the district choir director. “During my tenure of 10 years in Thailand, I’ve seen firsthand how God keep providing us His blessings,” he added.

Following the special gathering was a photo exhibit and, finally, an INConcert. Photos chronicling the district’s activities throughout the years and the performances of the select brethren featuring the INC original music delighted the attendees.

Josephine Santos, a choir member, said, “I can truly feel the warm love and concern of the Church Administration towards the brethren all over the world. Today’s activities have truly inspired us to continue serving God amidst life’s challenges.”

On behalf of all the brethren, Brother Regalado expressed their profound gratefulness to the Lord God for the events’ and the district’s continuous successes.  “God’s abiding love for our district is truly evident. May He continue pouring out His blessings upon us,” he said. — With reports from Sandra Costales of INC News Section