Today, Sept. 7, marks Ka Eduardo’s 9th anniversary as Executive Minister of the fast-growing Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ).
On May 7, 1994, Ka Eduardo was elected unanimously by the Church Executive Council at the Central Temple as the Iglesia Ni Cristo Deputy Executive Minister. As such, he will be the successor of the then Executive Minister Ka Eraño G. Manalo.
After the passing of Ka Eraño on Aug. 31, 2009, Ka Eduardo officially assumed office as Executive Minister on Sept. 7, 2009.
EVANGELICAL MISSION ON-AIR AND ONLINE
To recognize Ka Eduardo’s nine years in the Office today, the Church worldwide is conducting an International Evangelical Mission On-air and Online from Sept. 7 to 14 to provide wider access to those who wish to examine the Church’s doctrines—anytime and anywhere.
This is to further fulfill the Church of Christ’s role and spiritual responsibility to spread the gospel of Christ to the world.
To provide the public a quick and easy access to the Church’s Bible-based teachings, a series of evangelical programs are not only aired on INCTV and DZEM 954, but are also streaming live on the INC’s YouTube channel and the INCTV app (android and iOs) in multiple languages from Sept. 7 to 14.
Below are the YouTube links segregated into your choice of language: English, French, Spanish, Hangul, Nihongo, German, Xhosa, Filipino, and a variety of local dialects, such as Cebuano, Bicolano, Ilocano, and more.
HANGUL (SOUTH KOREA)
XHOSA (SOUTH AFRICA)
OTHER BIBLE TOPICS PROVIDED BY THE INC
The Iglesia Ni Cristo, an independent Christian religion, subscribes to the teachings of the Bible. To search for topics that may not be tackled in today’s live streaming, the curious public has an option to visit the Church’s official site: https://incmedia.org/category/popular-topics/the-bible/
Topics such as “Who is God?,” “Who is Mary, the Real Mother of Jesus?,” “Is Cremation Practiced by the People of God?” and more are discussed in video format on the said site.
The INCMEDIA site is accessible through web and mobile, where one can also read the history of the Church from its early beginnings in 1914 in the Philippines to the present-day Church, which has spread to over 140 countries and territories.
Various Church news are also posted on the site, including the Church’s many humanitarian projects. A list of the INC’s fundamental doctrines is also available on INCMEDIA.org.
The Church recently celebrated its 104th anniversary and 50th anniversary in the West.