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Iglesia Ni Cristo Launches “Kabayan Ko, Kapatid Ko” and Answers Rumors About Iloilo Church

Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) launches “Kabayan Ko, Kapatid Ko (My Countrymen, My Brethren)” Project. This international project has two main objectives includes “Aid to Humanity and Evangelical Mission”.

Iglesia Ni Cristo Executive Minister Brother Eduardo V. Manalo launches the project on April 13, 2013 in Tondo, Manila Philippines but it was unveiled lately this time.

Bro. Bienvenido Santiago delivers the opening message during the launching program. He mentioned about the primary purpose of the project and how members all over the world get into participation in reaching out the countrymen both in humanitarian and spiritual mission especially in the Philippines. The operation is headed by the Executive Minister Bro. Eduardo V. Manalo.

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Kabayan Ko, Kapatid Ko relief operation in Ormoc-Leyte (Photo: INC)

However, in connection to the global project, a foreign interview conducted by the New Zealand TV to the Church of Iglesia Ni Cristo. INC Minister Brother Jose Ventilacion explained during the interview that the local churches of Iglesia Ni Cristo all over the country welcomes typhoon Yolanda victims to shelter like in Tacloban City. In contrast to the allegation that spread in social media about the refusal to shelter the typhoon victims in Iloilo City Church, he made an official statement denying the rumors.

The INC has provided information about the project in their official website featuring the highlights of the “Kabayan Ko, Kapatid Ko” (My Countryman, My Brethren) accomplishment of the projects in various places of the country. Photos and videos during the activity can be seen in the website.

INC Minister Bro. Jose Ventilacion assigned for developing and maintenance of the website and online publication.

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INC’s Aklan Outreach Program Nov. 2013 (Photo: INC)

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Kabayan Ko, Kapatid Ko relief operation

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Kabayan Ko, Kapatid Ko relief operation in Metro Manila (Photo: INC)






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