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Heart of Grace School, Lower Johnsonville Water Project - Part of the team went over early to get to work on completing a dream of pumping water up a huge hill to water the Heart of Grace School and the Lower Johnsonville community. Children from all over Liberia walk to come to this free school that is run by Change Agent Network. At this time, there are about 2000 students who attend the school throughout the day without the privilege of having water to drink or food to eat. Currently, children must make 5 or 6 trips up and down the hillside each day to carry buckets of water to provide for their families. All this work takes away from school time and unfortunately only provides water that is full of dirt and disease. In order to complete this project, a special pump was designed by Franklin Electric and a ¼ mile long trench was dug by the Liberians through the rocky terrain of the hillside. After much planning, preparation and prayer, God brought all the pieces of this puzzle together and there is now safe, clean drinking water being pumped up this hill to provide the gift of water and life to a most grateful people! There was a celebration like none other by the workers and community when the team tested the system and water began to flow. The air was filled with singing, cheering, praising, water spraying, joy abounding, smiles from ear to ear, relief, and jubilation. All of this flowed freely because we serve a God who delights in bringing about the impossible!
Wonderful program. Thanks be to God Almighty. Thank you all who made this possible.
It is amazing that a small amount of money can make such a big impact!
Last night at Younglife, I had the privilege of meeting Eric Wowoh, who was a refugee after the civil war in Liberia many years ago, and hear his remarkable story. As he told his story, it moved me and made me realize that many of us, including myself, are ungrateful, take many of God's blessings for granted, and let little things that really don't matter keep us from being happy. And we should never do this because no matter what, we are blessed by God in one way or another, and someone around the world has it much worse than any of us do. Just something to always remind ourselves.
This is so wonderful! Something we take for granted here in the states. We are happy to be a small part of Eric Wowoh's work.
Grateful for all the good work done in Liberia this year. Thanks Eric Wowoh and Kollie Jallah for all you do for your people. Looking forward to 2014.
thx ERIC 4 d great work.
Pastor Kollie Jallah of Liberia will be here at 6:30 This Sunday November 17 along with some others from the Hope 2 Liberia team. Kollie was a wartime refugee with Eric Wowoh. Come hear how God is using Kollie to bring Hope to a rebuilding nation.
This school was built by our in-country partner, Change Agent. A beautiful campus that embodies the change they're making in Liberia and how CLEAN water and EDUCATION go hand in hand. Great Job Eric and Team!
We must be global Christians with a global vision because our God is a global God." – John Stott
I listened to your testimony a few nights ago on t.v. How awesome is our God.
Today I wept! Thank you Jesus for bridging our connection! These letters are round 2, a reply from our children to yours! I truly wish I was hand delivering the letters this time, hopefully the next round I will be and will be meeting these wonderful children in person!
Just got of the phone with Eric Wowoh. It is always go to hear his voice. Please continue to pray for him and the great work that is being accomplished.
Eric, what a privilege it was to walk alongside The People of Change Agent Network these past 2 weeks. I was blown away by the character of your leaders and the humility and wisdom they all demonstrate. My only response is...., "Oh it"s just God!". We look forward to seeing what God has in store for the Nation/People of Liberia and look forward to spreading the message about the Great Work and seeing it move forward! Press on my friend...we love you.
- Hebrews 6.10
Liberia so far has been amazing! We spent the last two days at the home of Jackson and Harriet they are raising 30 orphans. Jackson also manages 100 acres of land given to him by the local village to help fund the local school and feed the local children. Tomorrow we head back to Johnsonville for their graduation celebration on Saturday.
I've posted before about the work we are doing with Change Agent Network.... "But God" we are building schools in Liberia, W. Africa one brick at a time. (I will post more info later on the "Change for Change" program that we have to teach our kids how they can become change agents.) But so glad to share this praise report from Eric Wowoh, Director of CAN: THE LARGEST LIBRARY IN BONG COUNTY LIBERIA, FINALLY COMPLETED!
I am very humbled to announce and present to you the final completion of The Hidden Eye Library located at the New Breed Center in Gbarnga, Bong County Liberia where we have the Alexandria A. Andrews High School. Here are few pictures of the finished project. Many thanks to all of you for your continual supports and prayers every step along the way in building an old nation on a new solid foundation for the next generation one step at a time and one child at a time. Please stay tuned for more updates to come soonest! God bless!
Praise God for water in Liberia!! God is moving for His faithful children!! Hallelujah!!!