Church visits Tufi and Goilala communities at Bomana

Faith

By JASON DOM
THE Church of Christ International Aid for Humanity Programme visited communities of Tufi and Goilala at Bomana in Port Moresby over the weekend.
The Aid for Humanity programme is an advocacy of the Church of Christ ‘Iglesia Ni Christo’ to reach out to the poor with the word of God and also provide gifts.
Church of Christ supervising district minister in Australia, PNG and East Timor, Brother Romeo Beltran, said serving humanity through spreading the word of God across the world “is what we are here for”.
“Our presence here at Bomana is to accomplish two things – to preach the gospel of Christ Jesus and giving gifts to uplift the welfare of people,” Beltran said.
Beltran said this is to uplift the values of people and spiritual nourishment so they become good citizens of their country and followers of Christ Jesus.
He said it is a commandment of God and our Lord Jesus to spread the good news to the four corners of this world because this gospel is the power of God through salvation.
Church of Christ news head Loreen Hortaleza Quinola said this will be the fifth time the Aid for Humanity Programme to visit a different settlement again in Port Moresby.
The Aid for Humanity Programme is not only done in PNG, but also other parts of the country.
Meanwhile, Church of Christ Bible study caretaker Sister Anna Yariyari urged youths in Bomana who are interested to study Bible at her residence every Saturday morning.
The Bible study programme is a programme of the Church of Christ in Port Moresby to improve the spiritual welfare of youths.

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