On July 26, 2013, I celebrated the Liberian Independence day in the village of Feetuah. This is the place that I began my missionary vocation in Liberia with the now defunct, Missions for Rural Africa. Feetuah is located in District 3b, Grand Bassa County, Liberia.
From 2000 to 2002, I served as the Assistant to the National Director, Rev. Paul Gbadyu.
The new school being built by the World Bank will be from grades K-9. The former school provided classes up to the 6th grade. The new school will also include a computer lab!!
The Elders and Town Chief have requested that Silvanus write a proposal to the World Bank to train the teachers to use the computers. Oh course we will (Lord willing) and go one step further, teach the teachers to use the computers with their curriculum.
We are so excited! The leaders of the village stated that they have already submitted an oral request to the World Bank to pay their former missionary to train the teachers on the computers. The reply was “Well, where is she?”
Pray with us. Every service Silvanus provides has an opportunity within for the sharing of the gospel and discipleship. We are not a humanitarian organization. We attempt to meet the perceived needs of the people as a vehicle to introduce the gospel message of Jesus Christ, formally and informally.
We appreciate those who have pledged for the Marathon Race fundraiser.
Pastor. M. Wolo Belleh Jairus N. Jargba II
Pastor Jallah McGee Tracy F. Wolobah
The 2nd Liberian Marathon Race is next Sunday, August 25, 2013. Help us to “Equip One Generation for the Next,” by making your pledge today. Pledges are $1 per meter.