All Articles for Liberia

Liberia—The Power of HomeBuilders®

After attending a HomeBuilders® leader training in March 2017, Dennis and Vania Aggrey immediately started their own HomeBuilders group. Six couples joined together to go through Building Your Marriage to Last. As a result of this HomeBuilders group, they saw God do some exciting things! One couple had been together and cohabiting for years. They […]
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Liberia—from isolation to unity

Because of civil unrest in Liberia, family values have been on a downward trend. Even Christian marriages are being torn apart by divorce each year in staggering numbers. Wolobah and Venessa Taylor, who work with the Great Commission Movement of Liberia, decided to approach likeminded people to work out a possible intervention alongside the church to […]
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Liberia—Cry of the children

By Amos Harris  “Children are to be seen, not heard.” Although this adage is popular with some, we know it’s not reality. Well into the communication age, our children are more vocal with their parents—some healthily, while others take this liberty to talk to their parents with no thought to how their words will be […]
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FamilyLife and the Armed Forces of Liberia

Every country strives for the establishment of its own army. We all know why. Among many reasons, such an establishment is a mark of sovereignty of the nation.Since Liberia’s 14-year civil crisis, our National Army—amongst other para-military groups—is being reestablished, reorganized, and retrained. Second Lieutenant Dessaline Felix Allison is among the first recruits of the […]
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