BM Espino nanawagan sa pagpapalakas ng pananampalataya sa mga Pangasinense

BM Pogi Espino Lingayen -- “Strengthening faith through prayers is not only for us but for our family and the community where we...

BM Pogi Espino

Lingayen -- “Strengthening faith through prayers is not only for us but for our family and the community where we belong as well.”

            This was stressed by Board Member Amado I. Espino, III when he spoke on behalf of Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr. during the ‘March for Jesus Pangasinan’ held at the Urdaneta Cultural Center on January 10.

            The religious activity organized by the Ministers Assembly of Urdaneta Inc. (MAUI) gathered together about 2,000 Pangasinenses, mostly youth (from districts four, five and six) to glorify and worship the Words of God.

“Sa dami ng problema ngayon, kailangan po natin ng prayers… ng faith,” said the young Espino, Provincial Federation President of Liga ng mga Barangay, as he added that the provincial government led by Governor Espino, extends it full-support to all activities of hundreds of Christian groups in the province.

            Rev. Arthur Paloay, Coordinator for March for Jesus Pangasinan, said: “Kami ay naniniwala na sa pamamagitan nito (March for Jesus), ang ating probinsya ay mapagpapala at mailalayo sa sakuna sapagkat ito ang panawagan ng Diyos.”

            Rev. Paloay, together with the Christian bishops present during the activity, prayer over Board Member Espino and the provincial government before Bishop Rufino Malitao IV delivered his keynote message.

Saying that the Governor has integrated various positive developments in the province, Paloay said that the spreading of the Gospel of Christ in various places of the province became accessible with the support of the present provincial administration.

“We see the progress of the province. The beautiful provincial Capitol and the warm hospitality of its employees, is a testament to the advancement of public service in the province,” he said.

Meanwhile, Carl dela Cruz, a youth leader from Urdaneta City Worship Center, said the religious activity is relevant to Pangasinenses, particularly the youth. “The primary purpose of this activity is to create awareness among the youth in spreading the salvation of God,” he said.

Dela Cruz said that the annually conducted activity will also contribute in molding the spiritual and social aspects of the youth.

After the opening program, church leaders led the prayers for the eight pillars of the government. These included: Family (Bishop John Sagaoinit, World Changer Church); Church (Rev. Jonathan Aranton, Lighthouse Fellowship); Health and Social Services (Rev. Pipo Zalsos, Church of the Open Door); Education (Pastor Cecil Torrado, Christ Tabernacle of Praise); Government (Hon. Myrna Belle Uy, Former Binalonan Vice Mayor); Defense (Rev. Alex de Venecia) Victory Christian Fellowship; Business (Hon. Harry Bernabe, Rosales Vice Mayor); and Prayer for Pangasinan (Bishop Constantino Ramos, World Missionary Evangelism). /MGNO

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