“What an Amazing 4 1/2 hrs of Celebration!!” Thank you to all who attended to be a part of this Special Event!! I will always be grateful for this Time Together!!
How can I even begin to put into words what this has meant to me?!! There were so many words of pure gratitude for what God has done in their lives through Provision of Hope! Suddenly all the hours of volunteer work filled my heart to overflowing with absolute joy that God called me to work among the people of this nation! What a privilege! Seeing so many transformed lives was worth it all! So many came from Extreme Poverty to Where they are today! I am so thankful! So thankful!!
Daniel Coleman worked tirelessly to put this all together. Thank you so much! It was well done!
We had our 4 Hope Homes represented. They sang songs and delivered excellent speeches. We gave out awards to all our parents for their outstanding job of parenting. Seriously we have some of Liberia’s best parents in these homes. Our children are so blessed!
We had 25 of our widows out! They came singing and dancing! All wearing Provision of Hope T-Shirts! What a fun time!!
Daniel Coleman’s daughter recited a beautiful poem called ” Hey Black Child” by Useni Eugene Perkins. ” Do you know who you are, who you really are? Do you know you can be what you want to be? If you try to be what you can be. Be what you can be, learn what you must learn, do what you can do and tomorrow your nation will be what you want it to be” This poem has so many powerful words! “Good job Danielle!”
After 4 1/2 hrs we had to shut down the mic. We had one testimony after another! We ended with chicken and rice and soft drinks! What a fantastic time!
Daniel Coleman designed a beautiful banner!
Daniel Coleman is on the far side holding the mic and speaking on behalf of our widows. Since 2005 when Pastor Aaron Paul started this gathering we have never missed a day of rice distribution.
Eric and Kamah receive their Certificate of Achievement for being Excellent Parents. They have 24 children.
Otis and Benetta receive their Certificate of Achievement. They have 11 children.
John and Korpu are amazing parents in the home of Ma Esther. They have 11 children.
Dapae and Rita are wonderful parents of 14 children in Maryland County.
Pastor Keita is so grateful for his two daughters, Teta and Esther who joined his family way back in 2008. They are both in university today! Thank you Pastor Keita for saying yes when we asked you to take two young girls after their mother died.
John speaks on behalf of the children in his home. Marie Lewis delivered an excellent speech saying how grateful they are for a good education and all the care from Provision of Hope and their parents. Both Marie and Theresa just graduated.
Eric and Kamah have 24 children now! They sang amazing songs! Mark had a great speech!
It was so good to have Ma Esther come to this celebration. We first met in 2007. Thank you for your vision Ma Esther!
So many testimonies of students who were educated through Provision of Hope.
You make us so proud of all your achievements!
Andrew and Rose both have degrees in Nursing through Provision of Hope. They take care of 9 children! They reach out to many needy in their
community. Andrew came from the Refugee Camp too. What remarkable stories!
Maybe with Silas and Philemon. We first met in the Buduburam Refugee Camp in Ghana. Now her boys are in Gr. 5 and Gr. 7! Janet just graduated and is studying Catering.
Rachel, Diana and Joyce came from the Buduburam Refugee Camp. They all received their education through our scholarship program. Diana and Joyce are married! Diana designs cakes and Joyce is in nursing. Rachel will graduate this year.
We all met in the Buduburam Refugee Camp. Today these single mothers no longer live in poverty!
Gifty and her mom came from Buduburam Camp. Today they have their own place and they are running a small baking business.
He raises the poor from the dust
and lifts the needy from the ash heap;
8 he seats them with princes,
with the princes of his people. Ps. 113:7-8
Here’s a BIG THANK YOU to all our donors who give to help us continue this work in Liberia! Without you this would not be possible.
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