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By: Evangeline Tan-Alvez

There is no better life than a life lived for Christ. One that is deeply rooted in, for, with, and through Jesus. This was the resounding collective truth that emerged in the EIS Sabbath Worship on October 28, 2023, at the Student Center of the campus.

When God’s people come together in one desire to honor and obey the will of God, a life-changing experience ensues. On very rare occasions, Adventist Christians, Buddhists, Muslims, other Christian denominations, and even agnostics were unified in singing, sacredness, and spirit. Powerful testimonies
of God’s mercy and amazing grace overflowed, making even those skeptical about God wonder how miracles unfolded in such exceptional ways. Pastor Christie Perera’s message about the “Woman on the Wheel” hammered home not the better life but the best life in Christ. One that is devoid of judgment
from our past or present sins and living water that we need to experience life eternal.

“We are grateful for your presence in this EIS Sabbath Worship, and we praise God for this opportunity to worship Him together as a family today,” said Chaplain Pimpa Pitchaya-adison, the lead organizer of the gathering.

The EIS Worship is a brainchild of the school director Ajarn Saowanee Kiatyanyong, who was strongly convicted of sharing God’s love and salvation with its employees, students, parents, and the entire school community. “I want many people in EIS to know and experience God’s love and grace. I want an
inclusive Sabbath worship where we come together as a family to share the blessing of God,” she conveyed during the planning stage of the event.

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