Lingap sa Mamamayan (Aid for Humanity) is one of the many regular activities of the Iglesia Ni Cristo. It is done through medical mission and by giving relief goods to the needy people whether members of the Church or not especially in disaster or calamities stricken areas.
The Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) is an independent Christian religion whose primary purpose is to worship the Almighty god based on His teachings as taught by the Lord Jesus Christ and as recorded in the Bible. It is not a denomination or sect. It is neither affiliated to any federation of religious bodies [...]
Answer to the question of a blog’s visitor sent via email: Do you have any copy of the video of the debate between the Iglesia ni Cristo and the Seventh Day Adventist Church? Can you please send me the copy of it? .
Most of the people who are criticizing the blog voting of the Iglesia ni Cristo are Catholics. Now, I wonder what will be their reactions to the plans of the authorities of the Roman Catholic Church here in the Philippines to vote in bloc on the 2010 Presidential Election.
The news of the death of our beloved executive minister in the Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) saddened all the brethren in the church.
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Different videos taken during the Iglesia ni Cristo Day, 95th Anniversary Grand Celebration held in various parts of the world on July 27, 2009.
People are confused of the news because a newspaper reported that July 27 which is an Iglesia ni Cristo day, is a non-working holiday and then other reports said that it’s a working holiday.
The Malacañang clarified that the Iglesia ni Cristo day or the 27th of July is declared by the government through the law (Republic Act 9645) signed by President Gloria Macapagal-Aroyo this June 12, 2009 as a special working holiday.
In other words, workers have to work without any additional compensation.