We praise the Lord for allowing us to share His Word not only to children but with their teachers as well!
Every Friday, while CFCM's volunteer teachers go to their respective classes to hold their Children's Values Formation Class (CVFC), the teachers, and sometimes, the principal of Paliguee Elementary School in Candaba East, Pampanga, gather at the principal's office to hear God's Word shared by sister Arleen Valdez. This was requested by one of the teachers of the school who is also a fellow believer in Christ.
One of the most interesting topics that was discussed was the reality of Hell, the place for unrepentant sinners who never bothered to consider God's offer of salvation through Jesus would go (Revelations 20:11-18). The teachers also heard through the Bible study session that God, who is rich in mercy (Ephesians 2:4), is not willing that any should perish but that all should come to repentance (2 Peter 3:9).
Bible truths like this, we can only hope, would make the teachers appreciate the kindness and mercy of God and bring them to humble repentance and faith. For the teachers who already have Christ their Savior, we hope and pray that a deeper understanding of the grace of God will lead them to appreciate Him more, resulting to a higher level of Christian faithfulness.
Please pray that the teachers will continue to grow in their knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ, who alone deserves all the glory.
CFCM has numerous programs all throughout the year that need your prayers and support and Christmas time is one very busy season for them that entails a lot of expense. If you want to give your support to CFCM through Living Waters Asia, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and please specify that the support you will be giving is for CFCM by making your email subject: Giving to CFCM. We will be very happy to directly give them 100% of what you intend to send them so you can be their valuable partner in reaching Filipino children for Christ.
Here's a witnessing encounter shot during our recent GOSPEL BUZZ 2011 at Tagum City. Eye contact is something very important we should do whenever we witness to a person. It shows how important you believe your message is. If you are sharing the Gospel to a group, be sure you give every person a good amount of eye contact.
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