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MCGI to evangelize American continents with TV Verdade; next is India

December 28, 2009

Thousands of e-mails coming from the American and African races await schedules of Bible studies and expositions in their places.  More requests are expected to come from the Dravidian ancestry as MCGI targets India to be next in line.

The worldwide missionary works of Members Church of God International has now reached 48 out of 50 states of America.  Through MCGI websites and various channels in the Internet, along with the broadcast of the television program The Old Path, people from this region have heard the Good News.

“Our effort to preach the Gospel worldwide has now reached almost the whole of the US.  Forty-eight out of 50 states has already responded,” MCGI Vice-Presiding Minister Bro. Daniel Razon announced during the 4th Quarter International Thanksgiving of the group.

This December 2009, MCGI took another leap to be heard in all 50 states.  With the all-out effort of the Church Presiding Minister Bro. Eli Soriano and Bro. Daniel,  the group launched the satellite broadcast of The Old Path in all of Central and South America and in some parts of Europe through the television network TV Verdade (Verdade means truth).  TV Verdade airs the program 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The airing started this third week of the month.

From the US, MCGI is now eyeing another country in Asia.  After Mashable declared Bro. Eli’s truth blog esoriano.wordpress.com as the Most Educational to Follow in its 3rd Annual Open Web Awards, Bro. Eli is pushing through the introduction of the Christian belief to the world’s second most populous country.  Bro. Eli has brought this idea to the Congregation many months ago; and the group is now taking steps to start the mission right away.

“India ranks third among those countries that view my blog the most.  Many are poor in this country and I want them to hear the truth,” says Bro. Eli.

Out of the blog’s total views, the Philippines shares 26%, 22% comes from the US, and 20% from India.

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9 Comments
  1. Brandon Parks permalink

    Simply amazing!

    While others say that your group fades away, here are the whopping statistics that no one can detest.

    Nice blog you have here Hazel the chronicler!

    • tipsterbox permalink

      Right! Those are merely desperate moves of desperate people who are trying to disband the group that Bro. Eli leads. But the more they strive to ruin the Congregation, the more people become curious to know the truth.

      YOu may also want to visit Bro. Eli’s truth blog http://esoriano.wordpress.com/

  2. Miko permalink

    To God be the Glory!

  3. It is very fortunate for us, we the people of God in the end times. Our Preacher can reach out to us where ever we are, and to the rest, that we have the obligation to reach out. It does not stop there. There is a cost attached to this. And we should share the cost of the burden to propagate the Word of God. We, Christians are commanded by God to help our Minister.

    Thanks be to God.

  4. bong domingo permalink

    This another big big leap in promoting only the sensible truth to the whole of America.
    to GOD be the Glory :-)

  5. jeffrey permalink

    the MCGI continue using the airwaves to propagate the word of God. TO GOD BE THE GLORY.

  6. Thanks be to God.

    Isa 43:13 Yea, before the day was I am he; and there is none that can deliver out of my hand: I will work, and who shall let it?

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