our vision and strategy

We want to see healthy churches transform their communities for the glory of God.

We See God Bringing Transformation Through Three Ways:

Liberian Leaders


A Church that is living Coram Deo has leaders living Coram Deo…

Our Biblical Leadership Training focuses primarily on the training of church leaders, primarily Pastor/Elders and Deacons. We seek to cultivate in these men the need to live Coram Deo in all areas of their life: their home, their church, and their community. Living Coram Deo in these areas means cultivating leaders who will:

  • Be Godly in Character
  • Have Integrity in Relationships
  • Practice Excellence in Work

Training occurs through weekly and monthly instruction in Gbarnga and other strategic villages and remote areas.

Training consists of courses that follow the pattern of “Head-Heart-Hands.” Our goal is for church leaders to understand, embrace, and apply Biblical Truth for transformation. We call this course of study the “Whole Life Leadership Path (WLLP).”


Our goal is for the Church Planter to be God’s initial “change agent” in their community; bringing the transforming power of the gospel to bear on all areas of life. Chiefly, this is through Agricultural means such as Farming God’s Way and various Life Skills workshops.

We teach Farming God’s Way ministries in two locations. One location is our property in Gbarnga, where we are developing a teaching facility consisting of reclaimed swamp land, fish ponds, and traditional farmland. We provide instruction in these areas as well as in Beekeeping, Poultry (layers),snails, sheep and goats. The second location occurs in various remote villages in Bong, Lofa, Nimba, and Grand Bassa Counties. These are usually 2-3 day workshops that also include gospel presentations and Biblical Worldview integration.

Liberian Communities

Life Skills workshops include Community Health, Big Belly Baby Ma, Phonics, and Basic Bookkeeping (future).

This method allows for opportunities in these villages for outreach, discipleship and by God’s grace, a healthy church that seeks for ways to be salt and light in their village and district.

Liberian Children


The third focus that we believe is necessary for helping Pastors to devote their time to church planting is helping the local church to develop a biblically integrated school for teaching the children of the village.

The children in these villages send most of their days playing, getting into trouble, and sometimes helping their family work. Ideas have consequences. Children will learn; if they are not believing in the gospel, and if they are not taught a Biblical worldview, then they will continue to learn and live out the worldview that has kept their people in darkness for so long. 

This is a focus of our church planting strategy that is in it’s infancy. We need people who can train teachers. The candidates themselves lack a good education, and possess poor reading and comprehension skills.

Most villages have no school, and the education system in Liberia is in a crises:

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