Twin Boys Found Roaming the Streets of Monrovia

The streets of Monrovia have become home to Alvin and Calvin, two six year old Liberian twins.  Their father was recently taken to jail.  Their mother died when they were little.  Two nights ago,  they came knocking on Pastor Malcolm’s door.  It was very late at night.   “Pastor could we come in?”

 To roam the streets  in Monrovia, at night is not safe at all.  These boys need a home.  

Provision of Hope is working on getting beds  for them, in one of our Hope Homes.  We are praying for help. Pastor Malcolm has befriended these boys for some time now.  When Alvin was 4 we helped him with a surgery. Recently Calvin was very sick and was taken to  get medical treatment at the hospital.    

Would someone like to sponsor these boys?  They could start school this September.

Basic Food per month is $35

Food, school, medical and clothes per month is $50

I pray that they will be safe until we find a home for them.


If you would like to help email  or phone  250-454-9456 

This need is urgent.  Join me in prayer!

So many times in the midst of this work,  I think of Psalms 12:5 in the Message

Into the hovels of the poor,
Into the dark streets where the homeless groan, God speaks:
“I’ve had enough; I’m on my way
To heal the ache in the heart of the wretched.”

 And when He comes… EVERYTHING CHANGES!


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