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“Understanding Islam and Muslims” is the theme of a forum for Philippine Bible College Alumni and Church leaders. This will be held at the library of the Bible College.
Brother Tony Balagot of Makilala, Cotabato will tackle topics like “Understanding the Upsurge of Islamic Fundamentalism,” “Muslims’ Impression of American and European Modern Civilization,” and “How to Reach Out to Muslims Friends and Muslim Communities.”
Brother Santiago Sameon II will take up the biography of Muhammad, the founder of Islam. Brother Eusebio Tanicala submits a comparison and contrast of Christianity and Islam.
Food fee is Php40/meal but the PBCAA officers will shoulder half of this amount. PBC Alumni and church leaders are encouraged to attend this fourm.
Feliciano Caracas left his family behind in the morning of Sept. 2 and was interred Sept 8. He was hospitalized for several weeks in Dagupan City before his demise.
A new preacher training school opened its doors this June semester in Dagupan City, Pangasinan. There are seven full-time students and one part-time. Teachers are Samuel Alegria, Ruben Mendoza, Rogelio Bernardo, and Emilio Panday.
After conducting meetins in Negros Oriental, brother Santiago Sameon II moved to Southern Leyte. In the first week of September, no less than six souls were baptised into the body of Christ.
Through the coordination of brother Roger Nonog, a church planting campaign was conducted from Sept. 5-8 in Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur. On Sept. 9, the first worlship service in the poblacion area of Santa Maria town was held in the house of sister Ester Peralta-Corpus.
Brethren in the nieghboring town of Burgos went over to help who wee joined by Joel Laplana, Dick Baguioen, and Eusebio Tanicala from Baguio City.
The brethren in Narvacan town will do the follow up of prospects and nurture the young church in Santa Maria.