Binhi members from various local congregations in the Ecclesiastical District of Negros Oriental appreciated and viewed as beneficial the basics of webpage development they learned during a seminar on March 13, 2022.
“The webpage design seminar is a great help, especially to senior high school students like me,” remarked Patricia Juliet Tabaldo, Binhi district president of Negros Oriental District. “I am glad that Church Administration [approved] such an activity for us to gain more knowledge about the topic. I have learned things from the seminar that I can use in my studies.”
In an interview, resource speaker John Moremm Abuyabor, a college student taking up BS Computer Science from the Local Congregation of Bais City, explained, “The things they learned from this seminar can be their hobby or be a means of extra income. This seminar can also help our young brethren from the senior high school taking up Information Technology (IT) or computer-related courses.”
The seminar, which took place in the house of worship of the Local Congregation of Farmville as the main site and livestreamed to other houses of worship in the district, was held under the supervision of Brother Troy Calimpong, the district Christian Family Organizations (CFO) overseer. — With reports from INC News Section