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  By Bill Sebald Last Tuesday marked the first day of the year of work at the ARC (Agricultural Research Center). We started with a staff breakfast featuring scrambled eggs (Liberians don’t make scrambled eggs), Liberian sweet potatoes (diced and boiled) with sausage gravy (breakfast sausage made here on the farm), and Liberian coffee (small...
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By Anna Glenn It was late morning and I was standing in the shade of a tin roof porch watching the precise movements of the hands of a skilled and seasoned farmer as he methodically worked, knife and branches in hand. First, he took the knife, dipped it in bleach water, and then proceeded to...
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Read the full copy of our December Newsletter HERE.
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Read the full copy of our November Newsletter HERE.
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Read the full copy of our October Newsletter HERE.
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The country of Liberia began as a mixture of indigenous tribal groups led by freed slave immigrants who brought American/European culture and ways to the coast of West Africa.  The first ship landed in 1821 and Liberia was officially an independent nation in 1847.  The settlers also brought Christianity and a commitment to the abolition...
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What a year of work, blessings, and growth! See the 2016 Ministry Report for the entire account of funds raised and expensed, and all the work you have done in Liberia. Not For Profit Status and Reports
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Are you wondering what the Agriculture Research Center (ARC) grounds look like from a bird’s eye view? Take a look at this short video and see for yourself.  There is NO sound with this video just a view of the ARC on the campus of the Liberia International Christian College, in Ganta.
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Doc Milstead was a founder of this mission. His vision, his direction, and his faithfulness steered this mission from an idea, to a passion, to a tool to reach into the depths of the interior of Liberia and share the love of Christ. Doc was transformational doer, all in for Jesus. What a joyful homecoming...
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Prayers needed for Moloney’s travels and safe arrival in Liberia. He left Indianapolis to Washington D.C. From D.C. to Brussels and then Brussels to Liberia. Brussels has been very difficult to deal with, not returning emails, phone calls or answering any questions.  Pray Moloney through.  
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