David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center in New York City, New York played host to two oratorios […]
See how Mickaela Domingo uses her talents for the Church and how it’s bringing her closer […]
See what inspires Bonifacio Talastasin, as the growth in Germany continues.
See how Genaro Imanil watched the growth of the local congregation of Waipahu, from the very […]
See how Noli Mercado added some inspiration to a once empty wall in the local congregation […]
During the late 1960s and 70s, Los Angeles already had a growing population of Filipino immigrants […]
Find out how these brethren juggled their day to day responsibilities alongside they’re preparation and sacrifices […]
“Hindi Ka Pababayaan Ng Diyos” Lyrics and Music by: Brother Rex Rosquites “Salamat Po, Ka Eduardo” […]
Take a look at the preparations of 600 cast and crew members from the 5 districts […]
“One Flock and One Shepherd: God’s Promises Fulfilled” | Sacramento, California performance at Golden 1 Center. […]
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Grandchildren of Brother Paul B. Membrere, a pioneering minister in the west, shares the lessons they […]
A performer from Washington takes us on her journey to the 50th Anniversary Celebration in California.
John Ringwood’s memories from his childhood are often tied to moments in the history of the […]
Marnie Gonzalez didn’t anticipate the trials she had to face but it made her realize what […]
Nothing stops a member of the Church Of Christ from attending worship service, not even snowstorms.
Rey Barrientos moved to the United States because his parents wanted a better life for their […]
Rudy Maranan, a pioneer member in Southern California not only witnessed the growth of the Church, […]
In the summer of 2003, Sharlene, Nadine and Leslie Ann Dueñas boarded a plane in Madrid, […]
We sat down with a handful of the members of the cast and crew of the […]
Mauricio Donado was an architect and furniture designer before leaving the Philippines. Little did he know […]
At 9 years old, Arienne Rusgal had a once in a lifetime experience, performing for the […]
From London to Jerusalem, and Athens to Rome, the Church of Christ has taken root and […]
As one of the first Kadiwa presidents in the west, Rod Ramos realized how great his work would be and never lost sight of how he could help the members of the Kadiwa organization.
In 1977, news of the first house of worship constructed from the ground up quickly spread. […]
Melba Ringwood recalls receiving phone calls from INC members living in the United Kingdom in the 1970s.
What begins in 1970’s New York, expands up and down an entire continental coast, rises in a once-in-a-century celebration and continues to remain undaunted: witness the faith of the East Coast.
When Malou Alvarez immigrated to America from the Philippines, she took her duty as an organist with her. But her love for her duty was put to the test.
The search to find members of the Iglesia Ni Cristo continued during the 1970s. Brother Rizalino C. Santos recalls the different ways members were found.
“When I was assigned to Chicago, it snowed heavily. So in the morning, the car that was parked in front of the house would be covered in snow.”
According to Time Magazine, 1968 is considered an “annus mirabilis” – A Remarkable Year.
“That was the main admonition that he gave us, to stay firm in the faith, be prayerful, and then try to gather yourself…”
“Thankful that I was part of the history of the Church Of Christ here.”
“This would be the first worship service of the Church Of Christ outside of the Philippines.”
“(Brother Felix) advised me, ‘when you arrive there, always carry a Pasugo.’”
“I [asked] ‘How come you didn’t eat the Dinuguan?’, ‘Because I am Iglesia.’ That’s the time I find other Iglesia (members).”
“…what was in my mind is that the Church is already going over the ocean. That’s why we were so very happy.”
After immigrating to Hawaii in 1967, Tessie Go recalls the moment she and her family encountered an Iglesia Ni Cristo member.
“You could feel the love and energy of the brethren going into the Arena.”
“It just felt like millions of people were gathering in one spot to celebrate our faith.”