February 5, 2016 | NELA College, Isabela
The new set of o cers and directors of Northeast Luzon Attached Field (NELAF) came upstage of NELAC auditorium for installation and dedication during the NELAF Praise meeting on February 5, 2016.
Pastor Romeo Mangiliman, president of North Philippine Union Conference, with the other o cers led the installation ceremony. He encouraged NELAF leaders and members to give themselves to the Lord as they faithfully participate in the success of the great endeavor.
“Mga kapatid, atin munang ibigay ang ating sarili sa Panginoon sapagkat kapag hindi natin ibigay ang ating sarili sa Panginoon, pagka nangailangan ang Kanyang gawain, tayo ay manghihinayang,” Mangiliman said.
Before becoming NELAF, it was a part of the big territory of Northern Luzon Mission (NLM). Now, they have new set of o cers and department directors.
The first president of NELAF is Pastor Levi Payoyo who had served as president of Mountain Province Mission (MPM) for the past 5 years. With him is Reuben Battalao who serves as secretary- treasurer.
In response to the commitment message, Pastor Payoyo accepted the challenge and urged his constituents to support the leadership in the mission work.
“Let us express our thanks to NPUC; without a hairline of doubt, our Union is going to support NELAF,” Payoyo said.
After the installation, the NPUC administrators joined the NELAF leaders and members in the groundbreaking ceremony for NELAF temporary building. The project is expected to be nished within the month of May 2016. The soon-to-rise building is located at the campus of Northeast Luzon Adventist College (NELAC).
On the same day, NPUC o cers and directors went to Adventist Hospital Santiago City, Inc. (AHSCI) to lead also the inauguration for its new set of o cers. The AHSCI president is again, Dr. Jaime L. Jimenez.
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