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Bishop Charles Johnson Memorial Center Opens

A five American women delegation from the World Harvest Church in the United States in Liberia for the opening of the Bishop Charles Johnson Memorial Center at the Old Defense Ministry Building on Benson Street.

 

According to Madam Sally Berto of the World Harvest Church USA, the delegation is in the country to build the foundation of the old and young people through spreading the good news of Jesus Christ in schools and communities.

The World Harvest Church delegation while in the country, will visit towns and villages in Liberia and interact with a larger segment of the Liberian society. The churches delegation head praised the government of Liberia and the United Nations Mission in Liberia for the level of peace Liberians are enjoying.

Meanwhile, the Founder and Head for Servants of All Prayers Assembly (SOAP) Mr. T. Nelson Williams welcomed the delegation to Liberia. He said the Bishop Charles Johnson Memorial Center will offer daily prayers for the nation and its leaders.


 

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