Foundations and Great Commission Missionaries

Dear Friend,

Thank you for praying for us and for the kingdom work in Liberia.  

If you’ve ever wondered if it’s really possibly to become a Great Commission missionary, the answer is YES, YES!

I know how hard it can be to imagine the end result when you are just getting started.  Some might even think this is out of reach, like you won’t get here no matter what. 

But when you see a post like the one you are reading now, with pictures full of strong men digging these foundation ditches, working so hard so that they and their children can get quality education that is so much needed, it’s proof that it is possible.

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What an incredible kick off of our foundation digging.  We began digging on August 1st with 20 young men, but the next day the number increased to 67, and in four days all was complete.  One of the encouraging words during and after the digging was “Thank you to CLTI’s partners for giving us this opportunity!” 

I am excited to let you know that foundation digging is complete!  


However, we are not yet done.  We need to plant pillars and laying 8-inch foundation bricks before raising the walls.  

So, what’s next?  We are installing104 columns and laying the 8-inch bricks with the money that YOU gave a few months back. Now, both the columns and the brick laying require cement and steel rods. 

Today, would you please consider a gift of $10.00 or more to purchase bags of cement for the concrete work, or $15.00 toward the purchase of steel rods for the columns?

Each of the 104 columns needs three bags of cement, three pieces of 5/8 steel rods, 2 pieces of 3/8 steel rods, and a 1/2 inch steel rod (see a complete column in the photos below).

Please donate by clicking on the “Donate” tab above, or, you can send a check to: 


P. O. Box 1123

Carmel, IN 46082

Your gift will insure that our work will continue uninterrupted.  Thank you!

Sei & Yah



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