Congregations in Kyushu region conduct weeklong evangelical missions
By PATRICIA ANTONIO and RONNIE H. MUTYA
Date Posted: April 30, 2021
Despite the challenges that the world is facing due to the pandemic, Church members from the Ecclesiastical District of Nagoya, Japan continue to spread hope by intensively sharing the true faith to many people.
From April 12 to 18, 2021, brethren from the local congregations located in the Kyushu region, the southwestern-most portion of Japan, invited their friends and relatives in an online evangelical mission.
From the confines of their homes, guests logged in on the videoconference room through the web link shared to them by the brethren. They witnessed the preaching of biblical teachings by ministers and ministerial workers. A timely lesson was taught to them about finding true hope and peace inside the Church Of Christ because it is the only Church that will be saved on Judgment Day.
“Even in the midst of the pandemic, we continue to hold evangelical missions,” said Risa Yatsushiro, a Church officer from Fukuoka Local Congregation. “So, instead of dwelling on life’s problems and trials, we seek to gain spiritual strength by sharing our faith with others and listening to the words of God at the same time.”
Brother Hanz Corpuz, resident ministerial worker of the Local Congregation of Kurume, attested to how eager the brethren are in spreading the truth, “Kyushu region consists of seven local congregations of the Church. The brethren here, despite their hectic schedule, strive to participate in the intensive propagation launched by the Church Administration.” — With reports from INC News Section