CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES in Liberia
- is a 501(c)3 non-profit Christian organization. It is a non-denominational ministry founded by Pastor R. Zarwulugbo Liberty. It originated in Liberia, and now has established its headquarters in the United States, in Boynton Beach, Florida.
- Our passion is to assist the entire body of Christ in implementing the Great Commission (Mt. 28:19-20) by ministering to the spiritual and physical needs of people. First we are serving Africa, our “Jerusalem” (Acts 1:8), then beyond. As we minister to the total man, we see the Gospel penetrating unreached groups in Africa and beyond.
Our mission is to systematically train gifted but untrained servant leaders and develop healthy churches in every community, beginning in Liberia, and extending to other English-speaking countries in West Africa.
When we say, “every community,” we mean that we have commissioned to support Pastors wherever they live and serve on an outbound and outreach basis. Whether by river, plateau, hill or forest, LEAD/LIBERIA will serve and enhance the church through:
Reaching :: Seeking Pastors where they serve! Sharing :: Partnering with Pastors where they serve! We will partner with church leaders to Teaching :: Equipping Pastors where they serve! Caring :: Sustaining Pastors where they serve!
- LCMI was incorporated as a non-profit ministry in May of 2005. We believe we have been led by God to help improve the physical and spiritual well being of the people of Liberia. We can not help every person in need, but we can by the grace of God make a difference in the lives of many, especially the Orphan Children. We give God the honor and praise for anything we accomplish; it is Him that we serve. We desire to be hands and feet of Jesus in Liberia.
- Our main focus at this present time is providing the basic needs of the children of the Betty Jonah Orphanage home in Camp 4/Yekepa, Nimba County.
- exists to establish responsible, reproducing Christ-centered churches among the nations.
- from its inception in 1901, has emphasized the training of nationals as church leaders and workers—believing that they, the sons and daughters of a nation, could best win that nation for Christ.