MINISTRY REPORT FOR JANUARY 2015

The bulletin board of the weekly church activities
The bulletin board of the weekly church activities

THANK YOU

 Thank you for supporting us with your prayers and finances.

MINISTRIES UPDATE

The church baptized 17 persons on January 1, 2015, New Year Day. The leadership fast and prayer was held on Friday 2, 2015.  Communion Service was held on the first Sunday, January 4, 2014.

LEADERSHIP TRAINING

 The church leadership training is in progress.  There are 17 leaders who are attending the training.  We meet every Saturday morning from 9 am to 12 pm and every Sunday morning from 9 am to 10:30 am.

MARRIED COUPLES WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES AND FELLOWSHIP

The Married Couples celebrated two of its couples wedding anniversaries.  The first was Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Tellewoyan on January 11, 2015.  The second was Elder and Deaconess Seapo A. Botoe on January 27, 2015.

MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATION

Membership Certification was held on Sunday, January 11, 2015.  Forty  (40) persons were given membership certificates.

EVANGELISM MINISTRY

The Evangelism Ministry held a three days revival from January 14 – 16, 2015.  The total attended was 1200 persons.

THE TEACHING AND PREACHING

The church is teaching and preaching on giving which started on the first Sunday in January and will end on the last Sunday in February 2015.

THE SCHOOL

The school is in the process of reopening.  The government is asking that all schools be opened on the 16th of February 2015.   The enrollment is low due to financial difficulty for the school and the parents.  Please pray for the students and parents that God will provide financially for them.

SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM

The sponsorship program has 25 children but they may not attend school this year due to lack of sponsors.  We are in need of your support.  Please pray with us.  The entire fee is US$4,500.00 for this year 2015.

PRAISE GOD FOR THE FOLLOWING:

 For God continue blessing in our lives and ministry

For the good health and protection for our lives

For our prayer partners and financial supporters

For the peace we are experiencing in Liberia

For the reduction in Ebola cases

For the reopening of schools

 

PLEASE PRAY WITH US FOR THE FOLLOWING:

 That God will give us Wisdom and Focus for the ministries

That God will continue to provide financially for my family and the ministries.

That God will raise the sponsors for the sponsorship program

That Ebola will be wiped out of Liberia and other African affected Countries

 

Thanks,

Rev. D. Kezzelewule Ballah, Sr.

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November Ministry Report 2014…

 

Messiah Missions Institute
Messiah Missions Institute

 

PRAISE GOD

Praise God for the many things He has done during the 21 years of ministry and especially this year through the Killer Ebola outbreak.  “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness” (2 Corinthians 12:9).

 

THANK YOU

I thank God for all of you and your continued prayer and financial support for me and for the ministry.  I am thankful for what God is doing through all of you and us here in Liberia, as we partner together in advancing the Kingdom of God in Liberia and all parts of the World.

 

The bulletin board of the weekly church activities
The bulletin board of the weekly church activities

 

MINISTRIES UPDATE

We started the month of November with leadership Christian Counseling training, November 1, 2014.  

 

Communion Service on first Sunday, November 2, 2014. Every Friday is Fast and Prayer service from 12 pm to 4 pm.

 

I taught on  “4 BAD REASONS TO COMPLAIN AND THE DAMAGE IT DOES” 

 

From the texts:  Exodus 15:22-26; Exodus 16:2-8; Numbers 11:1-9; Numbers 12:1-9;  1 Corinthians 10:1-11

The Christian Strong Hold Choir singing during the Sunday Divine Worship Service...
The Christian Strong Hold Choir singing during the Sunday Divine Worship Service…

 

CHURCH 21 ANNIVERSARIES

The church held her 21st Anniversary from November 16 to 23.

Due to the State of Emergency, the church could not celebrate the Anniversary like in the past.

Sunday, November 16 the church held an intercessory service.  Rev. K. Zubah Kollie, Jr. the Associate Pastor preached on the theme “Messiah Mission Church Needs To Move Forward, But There Are Enemies To Defeat” Text:  Ephesians 6:12-18; Philippians 3:12-16. 

Sunday, November 23, the church held Thanksgiving Service.  Rev. David K. Ballah, Sr. the General Overseer and Senior Pastor preached on the theme “Messiah Mission Church Needs To Move Forward But There Are Dangers To Avoid”  Text: Matthew 7:1; Acts 20:28-30; 1 Timothy 4:1-3; 1 Timothy 6:3-5; 2 Timothy 4:3-4.

 

The congregation during the Mid-Week Service
The congregation during the Mid-Week Service

 

The counseling class of the Messiah Mission Church in Meeting
The counseling class of the Messiah Mission Church in Meeting

 

LEADERSHIP COUNSELING TRAINING

The church is training her leaders in counseling.  There are 20 leaders that are attending the counseling training classes for three hours every Saturday from 9 am to 12 pm.  They are to be trained for six months.  There are three teachers, two with Master’s Degrees and one with a Bachelor’s Degree.

 

The foundation of the school Administrative building
The foundation of the school Administrative building

 

THE CHURCH BUILDING PROJECT

Thank God that the walls in the church building are plastered.

 

The front view of the Church building
The front view of the Church building

 

The Inside view of the unfinished Church building
The Inside view of the unfinished Church building

 

THE SCHOOL

We thank God for your prayers and supports for Messiah Mission Institute.   Thank God that the 94 senior students that sat for the West African Examination Council all passed.

Due to the State of Emergency and the Ebola outbreak, the schools have been closed for the past three months.  The President has partially lifted the State of Emergency and schools are preparing for reopening.

 During the State of emergency, many breadwinners of families lost their jobs, especially private school teachers and administrators.

Due to closings of schools, private institutions, local businesses, and NGOs, organizations were unable to pay their employees.  Messiah Mission Institute, is indebted to our teachers for three months pay.  Please, pray with us for the funds.

Thank God that the state of emergency is now partially lifted and the President is requesting that all schools prepare for reopening for the 2014/2015 school years.

Messiah Mission Institute is preparing for the reopening of the school but we are in need of your prayers and support for the following items:

Half payment for administrators and instructional staff…

 Repair of classrooms and offices…

Repair of chairs and chalkboards…

 One Generator 5 KVA…

 Repair of buildings (roof, paint and floors)…

 Purchase of new textbooks for teachers use…

 Instructional materials ( notebooks, chalks, dusters, roll books)…

Messiah Mission Institute
Messiah Mission Institute

 

PRAISE GOD FOR THE FOLLOWING:

For God continue blessing in our lives and ministry…

For the good health and protection for our lives…

For our prayer partners and financial supporters…

For the drop in Ebola Cases…

For the peace we are experiencing in Liberia…

Messiah Mission Institute
Messiah Mission Institute

 

PLEASE PRAY WITH US FOR THE FOLLOWING:

 That God will give us Wisdom and Focus for the ministries…

That God will continue to provide financially for my family and the ministries…

That Ebola will be out of West Africa…

That God will provide the finance for the reopening of the school…

That God will raise more people who will pray and support financially the ministry…

 Thanks,

Rev. D. Kezzelewule Ballah, Sr.

 

MESSIAH MISSIONS FOR AFRICA

P.O. Box 3996, Morris Farm Paynesville
Monrovia,  Liberia
West Africa

Ron Fleming, Director MMFA 
MMFA 501(c)(3) USA 12536 Highland Oaks Pl Colorado Springs, CO 80921

Contact us for more information:

MMFA Email Address: MMFA@MessiahMissionsForAfrica.org

MMFA Website: http://www.messiahmissionsforafrica.org/

Making A Difference

Education Is Power

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Messiah Mission Institute is preparing for the reopening of the school but we are in need of your prayers and support …


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Current Condition Of School

Dear supporters and friends,

I greet you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Due to the Ebola outbreak in Liberia, the President of Liberia declared  a STATE OF EMERGENCY for three months and ordered that all schools be closed.

With the State of emergency, many breadwinners and their families lost their jobs, especially private school teachers and administrators.

Due to the closing of schools and private institutions, the organizations were unable to pay their employees.  For Messiah Mission Institute, we are indebted to our teachers for three months.  Please, pray with us for the funds.

Thank God that the state of emergency is partially lifted and the President is requesting that all school to prepare for the reopening for 2014/2015 school years.

Messiah Mission Institute is preparing for the reopening of the school but we are in need of your prayers and support for the following items:

Half payment for administrators and instructional staff US $3,000.00

Repair of classrooms and offices US $1,000.00

Repair of chairs and chalkboards US $   500.00

One Generator 5 KVA US $1,500.00

Repair of buildings (roof, paint and floors) US $2,500.00

Purchase of new textbooks for teachers use US $1,000.00

Instructional materials ( notebooks, chalks, dusters, roll books) US $500.00

Total Needed

US $10,000.00

Number of students in each of the classes…

Grade 11 – 60
Grade 10 – 55
Grade 9 – 55
Grade 8 – 60
Grade 7 – 55
Grade 6 – 45
Grade 5 – 45
Grade 4 – 40
Grade 3 – 35
Grade 2 – 35
Grade 1 – 30
KG-II – 20
KG-I – 20
Nursery/Beginners – 30

Total of 580 Students

OUR MISSION

MMFA mission is to provide an environment that promotes personal development through active church membership and biblical discipleship that guides each member to serve their families, communities and nation with overt biblical values. MMFA provides outstanding education for children from preschool through 12th grade in a healthy environment to develop men and women into capable, committed, contributing role models in the church, school, community, and workplace. MMFA provides need-based healthcare services to meet the physical and mental needs of children and their families throughout Liberia.

MESSIAH MISSIONS FOR AFRICA

P.O. Box 3996, Morris Farm Paynesville
Monrovia,  Liberia
West Africa

Ron Fleming, Director MMFA 
MMFA 501(c)(3) USA 12536 Highland Oaks Pl Colorado Springs, CO 80921

Contact us for more information:

MMFA Email Address: MMFA@MessiahMissionsForAfrica.org

MMFA Website: http://www.messiahmissionsforafrica.org/

Making A Difference

Education Is Power

Donate Now and be apart of something that makes a difference!

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