Young Christians attend livelihood seminar

By JP COSICO and ANTONIO G. CAÑAVERAL JR.

Date Posted: October 27, 2020

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The KADIWA members from the Local Congregation of Bangkok, Ecclesiastical District of Thailand joined the online Christian Family Organizations (CFO) livelihood seminar on September 15, 2020, which featured how to make tocino (cured pork) and salted eggs.

Jeriel Parrera, congregation CFO overseer, gave the opening remarks, while Rizza Villanueva and Jhon Gerald Bautista, Church officers, facilitated the seminar. Rizza demonstrated the making and preservation of tocino and explained how it is initially processed until it is ready to cook and serve, while Gerald showed his expertise in making salted eggs. A costing plan was also discussed to provide insight on how to start a small business out of the two products.

Young brethren enjoyed learning about these recipes as it is not only beneficial for everyday consumption but can also serve as a business opportunity. In the current situation of Thailand due to the pandemic, people need additional income for their families.

CFO members in the congregation remain united with the Church Administration and promised that they will support all Church activities. ― With reports from INC News Section

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