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The Liberty Christian Center Identifies With Schools

-Donates Chairs, Assorted Education Materials

As part of commitment to buttress the efforts of national government, the Liberty Christian Center of Pastor, Dr. Simeon L. Dunbar has identified with several public and private learning institutions in Johnsonville and parts adjacent in District two, Montserrado County.

The church recently launched its education program which coincided with the presentation of armchairs, copybooks, chalkboards, crayons, book bags among others to the local authorities of the Ministry of Education represented by the County Education Officer of Montserrado-two, Cecelia Tartee and the District Education officer.

Liberty Christian Center Senior Pastor Simeon Dunbar speaking during the launch of the representation ceremony, admonished the congregation of the church to contribute to society with education being of no exception.

Pastor Dunbar said as part of its responsibility, the Church must intervene to help national government to fill in some of the existing gaps being created as a result of the poor economic condition of the country.

The Liberty Christian Church Pastor said the presentation of assorted educational materials is the church’s personal way of identifying with less fortunate students in Johnsonville.

“The Liberty Christian Center and the congregation will continue to seek God’s divine intervention for the hundreds of students in the district especially during national examinations as well as provide scholarships for outstanding students in the district, Pastor Dunbar asserted.

The church is also engage in the construction and renovation of latrine facilities at some of these struggling public schools and called on ordinary Liberians with passion for education to join the church to ensuring quality education of school going children in the district.

Meanwhile, the County Education Officer of Montserrado-two Cecelia Tartee has lauded the church for its meaningful contribution to society, promising to convey the message to Minister Ansu Sonii and other officials of government.

“I am very impressed that this church is not only preaching the words of God, but is also involve with touching the lives of people”, CEO Cecelia Tartee told the congregation when she officially launch the program and cut the ribbon to the armchairs and other educational materials.

The program was graced by Liberia’s Justice Minister Cllr. Frank Musa Dean, Montserrado County Senator Saah Joseph, Montserrado District #2 Representative Col. Jimmy Smith and other prominent individuals as well as representatives and principals of some of the beneficiary public and private institutions among others.

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