US$300K Free Pentecostal Global Mission Hospital Needs Support

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    A US$300,000 Free Pentecostal Global Mission of Liberia hospital project that has made steady progress since its construction began in 2006.

    The clinic, which is under construction in Foya Statutory District, Lofa County, now urgently needs support from well-meaning Liberians and development partners.

    An equally urgent appeal has gone out to the Liberian leader, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the Cabinet, the business community and other private sector Liberians and foreign residents for help of any type.

    In addition, the church also appealed to Liberians, public/private corporations, and humanitarian groups in the country have also been asked to help this effort become a reality by coming to the aid of those who have struggled to bring the hospital project up to this point.

    Rev. Menjor pointed out that owing to its strategic location, the hospital would serve the Mano River Union’s (MRU) countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea, and host country, Liberia.

    Progress of the medical facility under construction was recently highlighted by the General Overseer of the FPGML Rev. Joseph T.S. Menjor in Monrovia

    He said that seed-fund for the project was first raised through the efforts of generous donors in the United States and Canada.

    Rev. Menjor said that financial contributions also came from staunch and committed members of the FPGML through the mission’s accredited churches, friends and other generous Liberians.

    Lately, members of the FPGML have pledged to contribute US$5.00 each, in order to keep the construction work on the hospital project moving. 

    He called on FPGML members to consider the hospital project their own in keeping with the holistic approach of Jesus Christ’s Ministry.

    Rev. Menjor revealed that the 2013 compliance report of the church’s general overseer has been accepted and will be distributed to local churches and preaching points.

    He commended all previous and present donors to the FPGML’s hospital project and urged other Liberians and humanitarians to contribute as well.

    Commenting on the history of the hospital project, an executive member of the FPGML, Elijah David, disclosed that the total cost of the facility is approximately US$344,689.

    Mr. David recalled that it was in 2006 when the General Overseer of the FPGML received an invitation from the Woodbridge Christian Church (WCC) of Virginia, USA, through elder Samuel Kpakio to pay a visit.

    “That led to the National Advisory Board (NAB) giving Rev. Menjor a proposal to rebuild the clinic destroyed during the civil conflict in the country,” he said.

     

    By Edwin M. Fayia III

    A US$300,000 Free Pentecostal Global Mission of Liberia hospital project that has made steady progress since its construction began in 2006.

    The clinic, which is under construction in Foya Statutory District, Lofa County, now urgently needs support from well-meaning Liberians and development partners.

    An equally urgent appeal has gone out to the Liberian leader, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the Cabinet, the business community and other private sector Liberians and foreign residents for help of any type.

    In addition, the church also appealed to Liberians, public/private corporations, and humanitarian groups in the country have also been asked to help this effort become a reality by coming to the aid of those who have struggled to bring the hospital project up to this point.

    Rev. Menjor pointed out that owing to its strategic location, the hospital would serve the Mano River Union’s (MRU) countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea, and host country, Liberia.

    Progress of the medical facility under construction was recently highlighted by the General Overseer of the FPGML Rev. Joseph T.S. Menjor in Monrovia

    He said that seed-fund for the project was first raised through the efforts of generous donors in the United States and Canada.

    Rev. Menjor said that financial contributions also came from staunch and committed members of the FPGML through the mission’s accredited churches, friends and other generous Liberians.

    Lately, members of the FPGML have pledged to contribute US$5.00 each, in order to keep the construction work on the hospital project moving. 

    He called on FPGML members to consider the hospital project their own in keeping with the holistic approach of Jesus Christ’s Ministry.

    Rev. Menjor revealed that the 2013 compliance report of the church’s general overseer has been accepted and will be distributed to local churches and preaching points.

    He commended all previous and present donors to the FPGML’s hospital project and urged other Liberians and humanitarians to contribute as well.

    Commenting on the history of the hospital project, an executive member of the FPGML, Elijah David, disclosed that the total cost of the facility is approximately US$344,689.

    Mr. David recalled that it was in 2006 when the General Overseer of the FPGML received an invitation from the Woodbridge Christian Church (WCC) of Virginia, USA, through elder Samuel Kpakio to pay a visit.

    “That led to the National Advisory Board (NAB) giving Rev. Menjor a proposal to rebuild the clinic destroyed during the civil conflict in the country,” he said.

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