Torrential rain during April has led to landslides and the worst flooding in 50 years, with the capital Dili being badly impacted.
The virtual study weekend in the Philippines was successfully held last October 30 to November 1, 2020. The event focused on the themes of first letters of Paul to Timothy. It was attended mostly by our young brethren and sisters nationwide and few brethren from overseas.
In the past year ecclesias in Kathmandu, have been able to continue to have fellowship within the guidelines of the Covid lockdowns and restrictions. Usually this has been in small groups and otherwise via the internet, using apps like zoom
Palau is a small isolated island nation in the Pacific, with a population of only 18,000. There is currently a brother and sister living in Palau and we have had some response to online advertising in the area. We are now running this add in the Island Times. We pray for our father’s blessing on our efforts to share the gospel in Palau and throughout the world.
While no fieldworkers have been able to visit Timor Leste during 2020, we are very thankful that the country has experienced little effect from the corona virus.
Organised by bro Simon of Hyderabad and sung by brothers and sisters and their families from India and around the world.The hymn is no. 280 – “Lift Now Your Voice and Sing”
We’re pleased to hear from the Isabela Ecclesia in the Philippines about the baptism last week of Bro. Alex and Sister Susan.
Enjoying the holiday season Sri Lankan style!
We were pleased to hear of the baptism of six brothers and sisters during the recent “virtual fraternal” in the Philippines. Sister Mercedes Maneclang (younger sister of sis. Florencia Bumadilla), sis. Abegail Kim Brozas (daughter of bro. Ernesto and sis. Charito, product of SS), bro. Ernesto Dela Cruz (younger brother of sis. Florencia Bumadilla), sis. Aubrey Mallari (youngest daughter of bro Andy and product of SS), sis. Maritess Baloto (mother of sis Jessica), John Mino Daracan (son of bro: Don and sis. Corazon, from SS of Tarlac Ecclesia)
Bro. Kenneth and Sis. Rovi had been in search of the truth for years and have found a way to it through Christadelphian preaching and learning web sites. Afterwards, through the ACBM, they were connected to the Laguna Ecclesia where they regularly attended meetings and continued their studies. A year after they first attended a Christadelphian meeting, they confessed their faith and got baptised in the Christadelphian Faith.