LEADLiberia Update - Keeping Hope Alive!


Thanks for praying for us and the ministry in Liberia. Despite the challenges God has been gracious through it all. Our year has been a mixture of great events and struggles a like. However, we are still able to keep hope alive.

Ministry has been great. We have continued to travel visiting our networks and holding key training and mentoring relationships. We continue to encourage sustainable initiatives by our networks and some them are working together on these sustainable ventures. Our servant leadership emphasis keeps drawing churches to invite us to train their leaders. Small group meetings are yielding much results then our normal large gatherings.  I am giving a lot of time to small group meetings and mentoring and coaching of emerging leaders as way of being intentional about building the next generation of leaders.

Our mobility was greatly enhanced when the Lord provided us a brand new Landcruiser truck in 2016. It is indeed the best vehicle for our terrain. However, after three years of running we are needing major repairs. That is the only vehicle I have now that I use for ministry, family and farm.

Our farm activities have been quite a challenge, but we have made significant strides in our sustainable ventures. Our animal husbandry program suffered setbacks when our bull got bitten by snake and goats (6) died. However, we are still rebuilding our animal stuck. Our pigs are doing well. We started with a pair two years ago and we now have 30 pigs. The goal of our animal project is to be able to give animals to families willing to raise them as a way of empowering them. By next year we will identify potential beneficiaries for the pigs. We are working on fencing for our goats and local chicken breeding. We still have challenges with our fencing because of a lot of termites on the property. It is making fencing very expensive to undertake. However, we are hoping to achieve this as God makes provision. 

We are thankful for people who are holding the rope as we serve the Lord on the front line without which life could literally be unbearable. It is the fervent prayer that keeps making the difference here.

Please continue to pray for family health, housing and the two special need children we’ve taken in.



2019: LEADLiberia In Motion


We continue to speak to churches encouraging leaders about the importance of building emerging leaders for church health. We are mostly focused on building people.

Throughout this year, we will be bringing pastoral leaders to the farm for week-long training on a quarterly basis. The goal is to do more by empowering leaders of leaders who will do more in their areas of ministry. We will bring 10-15 leaders to the facility every quarter amounting to 40-60 leaders annually. When we have adequate facility we will start to bring at least 30 at a time. Remember us in your giving this year so that prepare our existing building to adequately host trainers and participants. We have needs of running water and furnishings for the house (beds, chairs, and other households).

Continue to pray for our farm efforts as we work on raising crops and chickens so we feed our participants from the farm products. We are not of the future because we know He who holds the future and will perfect His plans on our behalf!


A Journey Worth the Walk.


As we approach the threshold of another year, it behooves to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all our friends and love ones who made our journey worth the walk.

Even those who didn't believe in us still made our journey worth it. Everyone in someway continued to make is what we are meant to be and to achieve. I have resolved to keep focused as our problems are enormous yet our God is bigger than all, therefore I am determined to keep running the race trusting God's enduring grace to take me thru to the end. My prayer is to maintain a servant heart and attitude to never keep anyone in my heart, but to keep God at the center of it. I want my life to count no matter the challenges. I am grateful to God for my wife (Nancy) of 29 years Without whom this journey would have been so difficult. She has been my cheerleader in good times and bad times. My wonderful kids (Rosa, Brenda, Temmon and Necia) grand kids (Angel, QJ, Nicole, Lurenda, Peniel, and Shenniel) have always been there to give me every reason to keep on keeping on.

To our church family I say thanks for allowing me to lead you by serving you over the years. It has been quite a journey with you on the team. Rich blessings and wishes to you for a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year!