December 2018 |
By Rose Anne Matias
Caloocan City. Dr. Daniel Injo served as the main speaker while Dr. Shirley provided the health lectures. For better understanding of the messages, district pastor Daniel Molleda interpreted them into local dialect.
For 14 nights, church members welcomed all Bible interests. Despite rains and typhoon, the attendance remained unaffected.
"The bad weather doesn't matter because it is the people who are more important. They are warm and caring people, their hospitality and the kindness make us feel at home, Injo couple said.
The couple also visited the elderlies of Bagong Silang and participated in the medical mission that was conducted by Hillsview Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Through the united efforts of the brethren, and the speakers, by the grace of God, 14 lives accepted Christ. They joined the mass baptism on July 28, 2018 at Caloocan Sports Complex.
To acknowledge the efforts of the doctors, the church charmed them with a special program, and they presented tokens of appreciation, a customized Barong Tagalog for Dr. Daniel Injo, and a Filipiniana for Dr. Shirley Injo.
“We have a good church here and we have been so impressed about the activities of this church. The adults are so hospitable, and we've been impressed in the talented youth. We feel so happy for a group of children who have been waiting for us to take pictures with them, kiss us and ask for blessings. We feel so welcomed and loved. And this is the blessing that is priceless, the guests added.
Drs. Injo were born in Indonesia but have been in America for 47 years now.
Seventh-day Adventist beliefs are meant to permeate your whole life. Growing out of scriptures that paint a compelling portrait of God, you are invited to explore, experience and know the One who desires to make us whole.