Through online instructions, CWS officers facilitated the activity as they assisted the participants on how to color pictures from the CWS Coloring Book.
“The young members were not the only ones delighted in joining the activity but also their parents and us, CWS officers. Though we are in different places, through technology, we can still conduct creative activities together, despite having to stay home due to the current pandemic,” Aimi Watanabe, a CWS teacher in Ichikawa, said.
Parents expressed appreciation in the activity: “I’m glad to see how excited my child is as she participates in the activity. It’s good to know that the Church Administration has been doing all possible ways they can for our children to be involved in CWS activities. It’s all for God’s glory,” Ruchele Omura, a parent from Yokohama, enthused.
Brother Isidro Mosquera, Jr., a ministerial worker in Miyashiro, said, “This kind of activity truly helped our young members to be more active in their faith and in uniting with various projects launched by the Church Administration.”
Meanwhile, CWS members in Miyashiro also watched “Kahit Bata,” an INCinema film that won Best Film in the 2017 EVM Awards.
The children who watched found the film fun and interesting as it entertained them and they learned a lot of Christian values from it.
Although the children are staying at home, they are able to bond with their family while learning many things. ― With reports from INC News Section