The First Quarter Special Thanksgiving by Members Church of God International (MCGI) with Twibbonize

”Happy Special Thanksgiving of God’s People to all!” from Members Church of God International (MCGI), a global Christian religious organization. This year, another three months have passed by and MCGI reminds us to be immensely grateful to God for everything by celebrating a Glorious Thanksgiving.

According to mcgi.org, the headquarters is in the Philippines, and various locations as remote points and coordinating centers around the globe. MCGI began with just a small group of Filipino believers in the Northern Philippines, therefore most of the Church members are Filipino. As time goes by, with the continuous effort to propagate the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, MCGI grows across all nations into a group of diverse racial descents including Latin Americans, Africans, Asians, and Europeans among others.

On the occasion of this First Quarter Special Thanksgiving, MCGI held a special event as a chance to learn special biblical topics and to give praises to the Almighty. The event will take place on April 1-3, 2022.

Though physically apart, MCGI wants to celebrate this event globally. So, if you are in, you can use a Twibbonize frame below in any of your social media profile pictures.

MCGI 1st Quarter 2022 SPBB • by Members Church of God International

Link: twb.nz/spbb-2022q1

Quoted from mcgi.org, this quarterly three-day event is a special event as it coincides with the celebration of the Christian New Year on April 1, God willing, as it marks the 1st of Nisan 5782, the new year that the Lord Jesus Christ taught and which was celebrated by earlier Christians. If you are in, you are with 60 thousand and more people who have already joined and use the frame  for the whole congregation, as a nation, to give thanks to God (Jeremiah 30:19, Colossians 3:15).

With that being said people can join to thank and praises God together with MCGI on this occasion. In delivering the key message of this event, MCGI always reminds us to remember that our good works can serve as our humble offerings to the Lord.