The Little Girl in Pink By Susan Membrere When I was seven years old, after the […]
Across the Pond and In the Plan As soon as I got my working Visa in […]
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.
Helping with the first ever musical done outside the Philippines was certainly a labor of love by the INC members who practiced for months and took time off from work to act, sing, and dance for an event that was run by a cast and crew who had never produced anything like this before nor was it a show that members in the west had ever seen before.
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.
Connecting the Dots in California by Clint Labson Looking back to August 1967, when my parents […]
The officers of Oakland perform at the dedication of Colorado Springs.
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.