A Message From Our Team

Dear Friends and Champions – We greet you with the joy of Christ who lives in our hearts and fills us to completion. We hope this email finds you resting in His confidence and trust as the world rushes into putting trust in men. We want to share with you that on Monday March 16th,...

Dear Friends and Champions –

We greet you with the joy of Christ who lives in our hearts and fills us to completion. We hope this email finds you resting in His confidence and trust as the world rushes into putting trust in men.
We want to share with you that on Monday March 16th, we spoke with our mission team in Liberia. It was the same day Liberia reported its first case of COVID-19. Our team at the ARC is in good health and taking precautions. The Liberia team is very familiar with taking preventative safety precautions and putting in stringent visitor restrictions. They pulled together during Ebola and they are together now to ensure the care and health of themselves, their families, and each other.
The ARC does have some international visitors who have been there for a while and the team is monitoring the health of all guests staying at the ARC. The team will be working closely with the Liberia International Christian College faculty and staff to inform staff, students, and visitors about the importance of good health practices and safety in engagement and activities.
The Director of the ARC, Konah Drogbay sent this email to board member Gina Sheets this morning and she received his permission to share it. This will bring a smile to your face to see the compassion and care the Liberian team has for our country during this time.
Dear Mother,
How are you together with all your relatives in Indiana? The covid-19 Coronavirus spread is raising concerns about you all.
We are praying for you. Greet all your relatives on our behalf. How is your step mother and your daddy?
How is Travis’, his step father, his mother, and the host of his family? I hope you are all doing well. May God help us out as we face the attack of this deadly disease- coronavirus.
For us, two cases have been identified. Every body is living in fear.
May God be our helper!
It’s Konah and Biawoe

How wonderful it is to know that your brothers and sisters around the world are thinking of you. May we take comfort that as we are asked to isolate ourselves we are not living without hope and not in isolation from the power of prayer.
Thank you for your continued support of Hope in the Harvest Missions International.
Gary Adams, President of the Board, Hope in the Harvest Missions International www.hopeintheharvest.org

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