Since the Ebola Epidemic of 2014 I have not been able to return to Liberia. Instead, I have remained here in the US doing all that I could to send supplies back to our people there and to provide much needed funds to keep people alive through the most difficult times since the end of the civil war.
I am so thankful to God for preserving the majority of our people. However, we did lose 1 teacher and 1 PTA member. These faithful servants left behind families that we are now taking care of as our own, providing shelter, food and education.
I have also been busy getting our Dallas Office set up and making contacts in this city. I believe that God brought me here for a reason and I am hoping to reach out to the people of Dallas and partner with them to continue the fight to break the cycle of poverty through education in Liberia.
After this long period of time when I was unable to return home, I am very pleased to let you know that I am finally departing today October 28th for Liberia. I am very anxious to visit each of our schools, visit with our leadership as well as the families we serve and to assess the needs going forward.
Please continue to pray for the rest of our teams that are coming to Liberia in the next fews from Texas and Indiana as well as our Mother Team from Louisiana scheduled to be in Liberia in December 2015.
Please stay tuned for more exciting updates and news from Liberia especially the construction of two more schools in Galai, Bong County, Central Liberia. This project is being funded by a native Liberian from Canada. Amazing story!
On behalf of the people and children of Liberia, I say thanks a million for all of your prayers and supports towards me and the CAN Family. I am super-grateful for everything! May God bless continue to bless the good works of your hands!
Together, we CAN positively transform Liberia through education.