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After the 2015 controversies: What's been happening inside the Iglesia ni Cristo?

Jul 27, 2019 - 11:35 AM

For the INC's 105th anniversary on July 27, Rappler speaks with members, both active and inactive, who talk about changes – some of them painful – in their church

SEAT OF POWER. The enormous Central Temple of Iglesia ni Cristo in Quezon City. File photo by Rappler

Iglesia ni Cristo system can help Filipinos abroad – Cayetano

Feb 16, 2018 - 4:29 PM

The Iglesia ni Cristo has 'churches in several countries around the world' and a system of coordinating with government to attend to complaints of overseas Filipinos, says the DFA chief

SPECIAL ENVOY. Iglesia ni Cristo Executive Minister Eduardo Manalo is the first INC leader to be appointed to a government position. File photo by Mark Cristino/Rappler

INC stages biggest event to woo non-members

Sep 26, 2015 - 7:00 AM

Speaking to Rappler Iglesia ni Cristo spokesman Brother Edwil Zabala says this is the biggest evangelical mission in the INC s 101 year history

BOOSTING MEMBERSHIP. The Iglesia ni Cristo is holding its biggest grand evangelical mission on September 26, 2015, to boost its membership in the face of its worst crisis. File photo by Rico Cruz in 2014  BOOSTING MEMBERSHIP. The Iglesia ni Cristo is holding its biggest grand evangelical mission on September 26, 2015, to boost its membership in the face of its worst crisis. File photo by Rico Cruz in 2014

‘Largest theater on Earth’ shows Iglesia’s influence

Jul 21, 2014 - 10:08 PM

The Iglesia ni Cristo begins its week long centennial celebration by opening the colossal Philippine Arena in Bulacan

Aquino, 50k INC members in 'largest theater on Earth'

Jul 21, 2014 - 6:28 AM

2nd UPDATE The P8 7 billion 55 000 seater Philippine Arena in Bocaue Bulacan shows the Iglesia ni Cristo s clout as it marks its 100th anniversary

55,000-SEATER. The Philippine Arena is thrice as big as the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City. Photo by George Moya/Rappler