AN URGENT REQUEST FROM THE KUWAA MISSION PDF Of Request Letter Dear Christian Brothers & Sisters, The Kuwaa Mission needs you and your love gifts to help finish the full medical clinic in Kondesu. The Board of Directors … Continue reading →
This letter is part two of my report regarding my recent trip to Liberia and the Kuwaa Chiefdom in March. This letter will have photos of the trip not available earlier.
Teacher and Evangelist Training Workshops in Belle Baloma:
Thirty-eight mission and government school teachers came from 14 villages to attend a four day class in Lesson Planning and Classroom Management. The Kuwaa Mission then provided the schools with copybooks for the students and classroom supplies for the teachers. Fourteen pastors, evangelists, and Sunday school teachers were also trained in Lesson Planning and Teaching Methods.
Medical Assistance for the Kuwaa Chiefdom:
In Fassama, we met with the government clinic staff. The clinic is the only one in the chiefdom. We took a tour and presented them with a large amount of medical supplies brought from the US along with other needed supplies purchased by the Kuwaa Mission in Monrovia and transported to Fassama. The pick-up truck got hung up for an hour when a log bridge collapsed.
Several new wells are being dug presently and several wells are being repaired. They should be in service before “dry time” comes in December and the streams dry up.
Thank you for your prayers and financial support of the Kuwaa Mission and our Kuwaa brothers and sisters in Christ. Please send your contributions to:
The Rev. D. Jensen Seyenkulo was elected bishop of the Lutheran Church in Liberia, April 28, on the first ballot at the denomination’s 14th biannual convention. “This is a great honor for me, and I am humbled by this election,” … Continue reading →