MVC Evangelism Campaign reaps 121
June 4, 2018 • in News & Events
Thirty-seven (37) theology students from Mountain View College (MVC) recently concluded a week-long evangelistic campaign held and culminated at the Tagum City Trade & Cultural Center Pavillion, Tagum City from May 21 up to May 26, 2018.
These students from MVC, which is located at Valencia City, Bukidnon and known for producing quality graduates, initiated the event as part of their internship program. The evangelistic campaign called, “Restoration of Honor” attracted the interests of the people because of its unique and satisfying presentation about God’s plan of redemption.
Charlie Glenn Agripo, the 25-year-old president of the group, narrated how happy they were in doing this task. “We do not think that this work is an obligation but as a delight. We are happy because of the response of our bible students,” he said. “With the blessings of the Lord and His mercy, we were able to help restore the honor of humanity that was lost.”
The nightly presentations were supported and delivered by invited guest speaker, Pr. Jerry C. Patalinghug, Ministerial Secretary of South Philippine Union Conference located in Cagayan de Oro City. More than 200 participants attended the nightly meetings and pleased by the messages. The group credited the success of the meetings to the members of the church for being so active in adapting the “Total Member Involvement,” a program whose primary purpose is to involve everyone in bringing and sharing the message of Jesus to the people.
“Since the first day of this program, I have seen a lot of people coming to the venue. It clearly showed that these people are really interested,” Pr. Patalinghug said in an interview. He was happy to see the church members in Tagum City and the nearby districts for the support and also to the group from MVC– throughout the event. “We must work together in preparing people for His soon return, God needs you and me for his great commission,” Patalinghug added.
Meanwhile, Dr. Gladden Flores, president of the Mountain View College was also present during the culmination of the event and was overwhelmed by the response of the bible students. He also expressed profound gratitude to Davao Mission leaders and members of the church for their support to this program.
121 new members were added during the baptism rite held on May 26. To God be the glory! (Vecente Macalua)