Help us purchase 10 new motorcycles for our church planters in Liberia. $850/motorcycle. Donate here or mail us a check.
We partner with church planters to plant new churches in unreached towns and villages in Liberia. The Liberia Evangelical Baptist Convention (LEBACO) and several other church planters form a part of our network. LEBACO is one of the most active church planting movements in Liberia, planting at least 10 churches annually.
We help train church planters and send them into the field regularly. Amidst deplorable roads, these church planters remain committed to the mandate of taking the Gospel to unreached persons, no matter the constraints and challenges involved. They use motorcycles to cross creeks, rivers, and makeshift bridges (also known as monkey bridges). Other church planters walk by foot, up to 100 miles through the jungles. . All this they do in obedience to mandate of the Great Commission.
Serve Africa's goal is to empower these church planters through provision of training support, materials, finances, and other critically needed assistance that will make them more functional and effective. Of their needs, motorcycles remain prominent at this point. With motorcycles, travels are less difficult.
We need partners - seminary professors, pastors, educators, missionaries, students, and any Christ-loving believers - who can come on a short-term or long-term basis to provide support to these men and women who are in the field for Christ. Some areas of partnership include Conference Speakers; Pastors' Trainers; working alongside a church planter to understand the Liberian culture; and helping with study resources- Thompson Chain Reference Bibles; NIV Study Bibles, Strong's Concordance, commentaries, etc.. Also, your church could consider adopting one of our new church plants, or a church planter and his family.
You may volunteer with us now. You do not need previous experience or professional training to go with us on a trip. We welcome all those who wholeheartedly desire to serve God by sharing His love with others, especially those in need and those in the field for our Lord Jesus.