WEAJOR EVANGELICAL CHURCH FIRST ANNIVERSARY
Weajor Evangelical Church First Anniversary Gathering
BUILDING GODLY MARRIAGES AND FAMILIES
Since the civil unrest in Liberia, family values have been taking a downward trend. As such, we have come with the mindset of building marriages to restore moral dignity within Liberian families.
Christian Young Women of Valor making Necklaces and Hand Beads
Beyond sharing our faith in Jesus Christ with university students, we also provide basic skills training for young women as a means of empowerment
Support GCML @ 42 Multipurpose Building
GCML @ 42 Proposed Multipurpose Building FIRST PHASE TARGET: Foundation and Ground Floor Completion, Cost US$136,000 WHY GCML NEEDS A NEW BUILDING?  GCML is positioning herself to meet a tremendous need in the 21st century WHAT WILL BE THE NEW BUILDING COST?  Our best projection for the construction of the new GCML Head Office is 770,000 USD WHAT WE DO? The major goal of the GCML is: “Fulfill the Great Commission by launching Spiritual Movements everywhere.”
Underground Church Resurrects With Challenges in Rural Montserrado County
In April 2015 the Global Church Movement, in coordination with the Student Campus Life Movement’s annual Project Nehemiah, reached out with the St. Luke’s Gospel Jesus Film to several towns on the outskirts of Montserrado County.
Underground Church Resurrects With Challenges in Rural Montserrado County
In April 2015 the Global Church Movement, in coordination with the Student Campus Life Movement’s annual Project Nehemiah, reached out with the St. Luke’s Gospel Jesus Film to several towns on the outskirts of Montserrado County.
Underground Church Resurrects With Challenges in Rural Montserrado County
In April 2015 the Global Church Movement, in coordination with the Student Campus Life Movement’s annual Project Nehemiah, reached out with the St. Luke’s Gospel Jesus Film to several towns on the outskirts of Montserrado County.
GCML Post Ebola “Here’s Hope” Health safety Campaign
The Heres Hope post Ebola outreach happened in villages in Rural Liberia with population between 300 to 400 people living in mud houses. In March and April 2015, The project started with the distribution of health safety supplies and food in Rural Liberia. A team of (11) eleven pastors and church workers from some of our partners met to form a project team in April. However only four of them continued the journey for reasons we are yet to identify.
GCML Post Ebola “Here’s Hope” Health safety Campaign
The Heres Hope post Ebola outreach happened in villages in Rural Liberia with population between 300 to 400 people living in mud houses. In March and April 2015, The project started with the distribution of health safety supplies and food in Rural Liberia. A team of (11) eleven pastors and church workers from some of our partners met to form a project team in April. However only four of them continued the journey for reasons we are yet to identify.
GCML Post Ebola “Here’s Hope” Health safety Campaign
The Heres Hope post Ebola outreach happened in villages in Rural Liberia with population between 300 to 400 people living in mud houses. In March and April 2015, The project started with the distribution of health safety supplies and food in Rural Liberia. A team of (11) eleven pastors and church workers from some of our partners met to form a project team in April. However only four of them continued the journey for reasons we are yet to identify.
GCML Post Ebola “Here’s Hope” Health safety Campaign
The Heres Hope post Ebola outreach happened in villages in Rural Liberia with population between 300 to 400 people living in mud houses. In March and April 2015, The project started with the distribution of health safety supplies and food in Rural Liberia. A team of (11) eleven pastors and church workers from some of our partners met to form a project team in April. However only four of them continued the journey for reasons we are yet to identify.
GCML Post Ebola “Here’s Hope” Health safety Campaign
The Heres Hope post Ebola outreach happened in villages in Rural Liberia with population between 300 to 400 people living in mud houses. In March and April 2015, The project started with the distribution of health safety supplies and food in Rural Liberia. A team of (11) eleven pastors and church workers from some of our partners met to form a project team in April. However only four of them continued the journey for reasons we are yet to identify.
GCML Post Ebola “Here’s Hope” Health safety Campaign
The Heres Hope post Ebola outreach happened in villages in Rural Liberia with population between 300 to 400 people living in mud houses. In March and April 2015, The project started with the distribution of health safety supplies and food in Rural Liberia. A team of (11) eleven pastors and church workers from some of our partners met to form a project team in April. However only four of them continued the journey for reasons we are yet to identify.
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