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A three-man delegation from the United States of America has arrived in Liberia. The delegation includes Pastor Timothy Vance Barley, head of the delegation, Hunter A. Barsell, and Tommy H. Sidebottom.
Speaking with the media upon arrival in Liberia, Pastor Timothy Barley and his team said their mission in the country is intended to preach the gospel throughout the country.
Pastor Barlay termed Liberians as hospitable people, noting that there will be several initiatives undertaken, aimed at making more people accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior.
When quizzed as to whether there are plans to reach out to various ghettos in Liberia considering the increase in drug activities in the country, Pastor Barley assured the people of Liberia that efforts will be made through Harvest Liberia.
“Our mission is to win more souls for the Kingdom of Jesus Christ through Harvest Liberia,” said Pastor Barley.
According to him, he encountered Rev. Moses Wheigar who is the Senior Regional Pastor of Harvest Liberia through the internet and they both have been communicating.
He said this has encouraged him to come to Liberia. Though this is their first time coming to Liberia, Pastor Barley said they are impressed with what they are seeing.
He stated that they are motivated to continue their relationship with the people of Liberia, especially the Christian community.
Receiving the delegation on behalf of the Church, Rev. Moses Wheigar, Senior Regional Pastor of Harvest Liberia, expressed excitement for the coming of the US delegation to Liberia.
Rev. Wheigar promised to continue his relationship with his US counterparts to ensure that their mission to win more to Jesus is achieved.
“We will ensure that we reach out to those who have not accepted Christ by designing several strategies that will attract them,” said Pastor Wheigar.
He recounted the works being done by Harvest Liberia through job creation and community engagements, among other things, prior to the coming of his US counterparts to Liberia.–Press release
Source of original article: The New Dawn Liberia (thenewdawnliberia.com).
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