By FPA Staff Reporter | FrontPageAfrica
Four renowned and acclaimed pastors and Church Leaders based in the United States of America are encouraging Pastors and Church Leaders in Liberia to continuously remain focus and dedication to the assignments given them to disseminate the gospel of Jesus Christ in transforming humanity to the Kingdom of God.
The four US based Preachers include; Rev. John F. Kennedy, the founder and Senior Pastor of Shepherd House Ministries, Inc in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Apostle Moses Foyah, Missionary and Founder of the Living Water Fellowship International Church and General Overseer of Living Water Fellowship of Churches and Ministries in Louisville, Kentucky; Pastor Nico Stoian, Pastor of First Baptist Church, Sidney, New York. The First Baptist Church serves as one of the major partners of Orphan Cry International support to Link Aid International in Liberia and other parts of the world; and Ken Wilcox Jr., the Founder and Executive Director of Orphan Cry International, Binghamton, New York, USA.
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The four Preacher-men spoke through “live screaming” from the United States of America during a day-long intensive training seminar organized by Orphan Cry International based in the United States in partnership with the non-for-profit humanitarian organization, Link Aid International through its “Two Bread Project 2020” which brought together approximately two hundred pastors and church leaders from various denominations in Montserrado County and its adjacent areas.
According to the four US based Pastors, religious leaders in Liberia should not be distracted as a result of the prevailing circumstances or their current status in society but should rather remain steadfast in accomplishing the mission for which they were selected/chosen among the thousands of people around the World to fulfill.
They admonished the Pastors and Church leaders that there are greater opportunities ahead of them and as such there is no reason why they should look down upon themselves, adding that there is light beyond the thunders.
The Diaspora Pastors also promised to always work with local Church organization like LINK AID INTERNATIONAL to provide capacity building opportunities to their counterparts back home in winning more souls to God’s Kingdom.
The Founder and Executive consultant of LINK AID INTERNATIONAL Deacon Eric S. Nyuma who is currently visiting the United States and LINK AID US-based Co-Founder and Director of Foreign Affairs Deacon Benjamin Kettor appreciated the various Church leaders in the Diaspora for the enormous support, sacrifices and cordial relationship which continue to yield faithful results by uplifting and appreciating needy Pastors and Church Leaders for their services in Liberia.
At the climax of the seminar on Wednesday, December 23, 2020, several Pastors and Church leaders received copies of the Holy Words of God (BIBLE), bags of 25kg rice, gallons of vegetable oil as well as washing-hand materials to fight COVID-19 as a joint Christmas Gift to the needy Pastors and Church Leaders as token of appreciation for their immense services.
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