Young members of the Church from the ecclesiastical districts of Macau and Thailand participated in the Church-wide Christian Family Youth Summit together not only with one another but also with their invited guests.
On May 13 and 15, 2022, respectively, KADIWA and Binhi members from all local congregations in both districts, knowing the importance for young people, member or not, of the essential activities lined up during the Summit, invited their loved ones, friends, and acquaintances to join them.
“Even though my schedules are hectic, I always give time to invite my friends to join the summit,” KC Tuazon, a KADIWA officer from the Local Congregation of Taipa, remarked.
“I invited my co-teachers,” said Louie Manuel, the KADIWA district president of Thailand. “I am grateful that I managed to show my sincerity and care for people who are not yet members of the Church.”
In the Youth Summit, the attendees received advice on how life becomes successful according to God’s words recorded in the Bible. They were also taught, through engaging presentations, that being hardworking and patient, coupled with having constant trust in God, will pave the way for them to achieve their dreams. They also shared the steps on how to deal with stress and depression.
Guests Lily Accad and John Carlo Villanueva, both residents of Macau, found the topics discussed “interesting and enlightening.”
“We are thankful to the Church Administration for this kind of activity. The topic discussed is timely, relevant, and inspirational to us youth members and nonmembers alike,” said Analyn Cauilan from Pattaya, Thailand. — With reports from INC News Section