We are a church family and we take care of each other. Through all the troubles of 2020 we have propped each other up. We strengthened each other through our worship and fellowship, mostly online.
Disciplers of the CCBC youth, young adults, men and women got together and invested in further training on how to study the Bible, in order to share it with their respective flock. They dedicated five Sunday afternoons of two-hour online interaction with homework in between. Here is what a mother and her daughter who are both disciplers shared about attending Probe.
My heart is overwhelmed with gratitude every time I think of the disciplemaking leaders that God has raised up in CCBC. Leading and serving people can be joyful and challenging at the same time, but you have faithfully followed the Lord despite the changing seasons.
Starting a Bible study group was really part of my plan since I moved up the corporate ladder. It definitely took some time for me to start it, since it seemed that every time I wanted to go ahead, problem after problem came about and due to the complexity and daily cadence of my multiple programs, this went to the backburner and I just couldn't get myself to start it.
What started out as a simple Facebook status became a month-long venue through which God’s love and power was shown. It was at the end of June 2020, when Sis. Teri Lacayanga published a post on Facebook, sharing about the unfortunate situation of Lung Center medical frontliners.