Western Europe district intensifies propagational work


Date Posted: September 11, 2021

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In line with the continuing campaign of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ) to intensify further the work of propagation, brethren from all over the Ecclesiastical District of Western Europe invited hundreds of guests to attend the evangelical mission held on August 29, 2021.

From the place of worship of the Local Congregation of Marseille, France, which served as the host site, the preaching of God’s words by Brother Marvin Adriano, the district supervising minister, was livestreamed to multiple remote sites in France, as well as those in Switzerland and Belgium.

Apart from the guests gathered at the host site, others were brought by the brethren to their respective places of worship. Still others witnessed the propagational activity from the confines of their homes.


During the study of God’s words, Brother Adriano disproved the widespread belief that all churches will be saved, citing from the Holy Scriptures that the only Church that will be saved on Judgment Day is the Church Of Christ.

Angelina Bungay, from Marseille, France, was among the many guests who declared her decision to continue studying the biblical teachings that the Church Of Christ upholds. “I want to continue to know the truth. What really resonated with me was that they want to inspire people to believe in the truth,” she said.

In an interview, Brother Zjefley Morano, a minister of the gospel, explained the great importance of participating in the propagation of God’s words, “especially now that Judgement Day is fast approaching, so that many more people can be saved on that day.”

He conveyed the brethren’s shared resolve: “We will always unite with our beloved Executive Minister, Brother Eduardo V. Manalo. We will always obey, always follow the instructions of the Executive Minister such as the intensive bearing of fruit, because all of his instructions are the will of our Almighty God.” — With reports from INC News Section