With the help of members living abroad, locales were established in many countries in Asia, Australia, and Europe.On October 7, 2004, the Church explored the possibilities of using the satellite and introduced the English version of Ang Dating Daan, The Old Path (TOP).With the abounding works of evangelization at hand, the members saw the need of someone who will help Bro. Through Ang Dating Daan.org, the first webcast and live video streaming of Ang Dating Daan program was seen in the World Wide Web.On July 13, 2002, a live video-streamed Bible Exposition held in Singapore took its first foreign appearance.The Congregation, though, believed that his exit was God’s will as it paved the way for more non-Filipinos to hear the Good News.Evangelization works abroad grew intensely since then. Eli continued his missionary works in other countries, Bro.
As the Church became even more popular, envy and efforts to disband the group heightened. Eli came left and right, eventually pushing him to leave the Philippines in the last quarter of 2005.In 1994, the Church introduced what is now the popular Bible Exposition. Daniel Razon proposed and organized a social event where guests could dine together and ask Bro. The event, done off-camera, was a success that it paved the way for Bible Expositions in larger venues.The first local Bible Exposition was held in Roosevelt, Manila.It is more known locally as Ang Dating Daan (The Old Path).In 1980, the Philippines’ organization registry officially recognized the group as Mga Kaanib Iglesia ng Dios kay Kristo Hesus Haligi at Saligan ng Katotohanan sa Bansang Pilipinas (Members Church of God in Christ Jesus the Pillar and Ground of the Truth in the Philippines) with Bro. From less than a hundred believers, Church members and locales grew steadily as the outcome of the group’s zealous efforts in evangelization. Eli would move from one town to another to conduct Bible studies, usually three towns every night.
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The program became popular more than any other religious program in the country because of its live question and answer portion.