At a GlanceLifesong for Orphans is pleased to work with Liberian nationals who are passionate about rescuing and caring for destitute and abandoned children.
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Lifesong for Orphans is pleased to work with Liberian nationals who are passionate about rescuing and caring for destitute and abandoned children. Our Liberian staff is made up of Christians who understand the dynamics of their culture and the challenges of living in poverty. It is the desire of the entire staff to change lives and raise up “champions.”
The Master’s Home of Champions orphanages & schools in Rehab and Marshall are providing a loving and safe home to many destitute and abandoned orphaned children, some of whom are deaf. Director Bishop Emmanuel Jones and his wife, Ramona, are passionate about rescuing and caring for these children. After spending several years living on the streets as a young boy, Emmanuel understands the pain, fear, hunger, and struggle to survive. As a result, he has a passion to reach the neediest children with the gospel of Jesus Christ and to provide a loving, safe home for them. Each child is provided three meals a day, his/her own bed with a mosquito net and a Christian education.
Our schools serve the children living at both homes and are open to children from the surrounding communities. The schools are providing foundational education while teaching Christian principles and spreading the Gospel. Both schools are currently serving pre-kindergarten through 8th grade students.
In 2015, responding to the aftermath of the Ebola crisis, New Hope Children’s Home was established, taking in ten children who are were orphaned as a result of the deadly Ebola virus. They have three caregivers, who are themselves Ebola survivors. Community social workers will be working with them as they deal with the trauma and transition. All of the children appear to be in good physical health, and will be attending our schools.
A new church has been established at the Marshall location. It is pastored by the director of the Home, and has been a great blessing in the community. Sunday School classes are also held at Rehab each week.
Our Liberian staff is made up of Christians who understand the dynamics of their culture and the challenges of living in poverty. It is the desire of the entire staff to change lives and raise up “champions.”
IMPACT of Lifesong Liberia:
- Rescuing abandoned and orphaned children
- Meeting basic needs-food, shelter, clothing, medical care
- Offering hope in Christ-teaching biblical truth
- Providing a quality Christian education
- Teaching life and vocational skills (garden development, farm animals, sewing)
- Fostering a spirit of community
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“We have a new family and a new home and we are now back in school!”-Famatta, child from New Hope Children’s Home Ebola. The deadly virus that prowled West Africa last year, dominating the news and our newsfeeds. In Liberia alone, taking the lives of over 4,000, and leaving in it’s wake sons [...] Continue Reading »
Please enjoy this update from Liberia… “The air is filled with excitement and energy at both our homes in Liberia this month. We are deeply thankful the Ebola situation has greatly improved, and that none of our children or staff were affected. How we praise God for his mercy and grace! [...] Continue Reading »
We see it almost every night on the news and every day in our social media news feed. Stories are told, pictures are shared, videos are watched. Ebola has taken the lives of more than 2,458 in Liberia* and has left over 2,000 children without one or both parents**. From our perspective here in the States, we read, [...] Continue Reading »