Hi, everyone. Being a bona fide member of the ‘Church of Christ’ (Iglesia ni Cristo), I could not just sit and let other people (especially non-members) believe that SCAN members being mistakenly tagged as social offenders depriving others of human rights, causing chaos and even hurting other people. For I knew for myself and I witnessed how these noble people dignifiedly performed their duties primarily to our Lord God and to humanity.
Hello po sa lahat. Bilang tunay na miyembro ng Iglesia ni Cristo, hindi ko po kakayaning maupo na lamang at hayaang maniwala ang publiko (lalo na ang mga hindi kaanib sa Iglesia) na ang mga kapatid naming SCAN ay mga taong mapanikil ng karapatan ng iba , nakapagdudulot ng kaguluhan at mapanakit pa nga daw, dahil alam ko sa sarili ko, nakikita ko mismo (at ng ibang tao) kung paanong ang mga dakilang tao na ito ay buong katapatan tumutupad sa kanilang tungkulin pangunahin na sa ating Panginoong Diyos at ikalawa sa kapwa-tao.
SCAN was first started as a hobby by the members who shared the same interest of liking the two-way radio communication. Because of the increasing membership, it has been registered in the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Sa umpisa libangan daw lamang ito ng mga kapatid na mayroong hilig sa paggamit ng radio. Dahil sa pagdami ng mga miyembro, ipinarehistro ito sa SEC.
The simple use of the radio equipment has been brought to a higher level by ensuring the members are trained and later on passing the examination given by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC). In February 6, 1986 it was registered in the Philippines as a Radio Amateur Group (RAG) who later been known to have the largest number of members in the Philippines for the category.
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