Greater Light Pentecostal Church Int’l Launches —- Liberia Chapter of Global Mission Initiative

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The Liberia chapter of the Global Mission Initiative, a subsidiary of the Light Pentecostal International Church based in the United States of America has been officially launched in Liberia.

The mission was established on Staten Island, New York in 2017 with a vision to help at least two hundred and fifty churches around the world impact evangelism in their own localities.

Speaking at the launching ceremony and concert at the week end, Founder and Vision Bearer of the Church Bishop Dr. G Laurenzo Stevens stressed the urgency of reaching the lost with the word of God before it is too late Bishop Stevens maintained that the primary goal of the initiative is not to build huge Cathedral, but to make disciples of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ through a sustainable evangelism.  He explained that churches are at the cross road and therefore imperative for them to wake up now and preach the return of Jesus Christ.  The Bishop expressed the hope that the official launch of the Liberia Chapter of the Global Mission Initiative or GMI will help churches in Liberian to vigorously proclaim the Gospel of Jesus in the country.  Dr. Steven urged preachers of the gospel to remain faithful and fear no evil from the Devil, as God will never forsake them in their struggle to enlighten the world about the end time.  Also speaking the National adviser of Global Mission Initiative in Liberia Apostle Dr. Samuel B Carr of the Triumphant Living Miracle Church in Gardnerville lauded the mission founders for making Liberia part of the Global Mission Initiative.  Apostle Carr recalled the invaluable contribution of the mission in providing assistance to the people of Liberia during the height of the Ebola epidemic and Covid which forced hundreds to their early graves.  He pledged his fullest support to the growth of the Global Mission Initiative Liberia-Chapter in his capacity as National Adviser of the mission.  The launch of the mission and concert attracted several mass choirs to grace the occasion held at the Triumph Living Miracle Assembly church edifice in Gardnerville, Monrovia.

Among the choirs were the Shiloh, Triumphant, Don Stewart, Wonders, Maranatha, and Apostolic House of Prayer mass choirs.

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