Liberia, a country in West Africa, suffered under almost constant civil war from 1989 to 2003. It is estimated that over 250,000 people were killed. Today, there is a democratically elected government, but the economy still struggles.
Nearly 43% of the population of about four million is under the age of 14. Believer Bible Chapel, a small Liberian congregation, recognizing that education is the hope for Liberia’s future, has established a school that now serves 135 students 3-13 years old, many of whom are orphans as a result of civil war, AIDs, and Ebola.
Founded in part by Christ the King's members from Liberia, our Liberian Partners Ministry works to support education and growth in Liberia by providing financial support to the school established by Believer Bible Chapel.
In the past, CtK members have sent school supplies, clothing, and financial gifts to purchase food and to build a new roof on the school building. This summer, we gathered school supplies like notebooks and pencils that will soon be sent our our partners.
Join us this Sunday, Oct. 6 during all services to learn more about this continuing partnership.
Donations made this Sunday will be put towards the construction of a new two-story school building with classrooms and desks Donations can be made to Christ the King, designating the Liberian Partnership.
Liberian Partners is one of many Social Ministry initiatives at CtK. Learn more.