My name is Victor Doe, an ordained minister of the gospel and a student at Princeton Theological Seminary, NJ.
I am from Liberia, a third world country in West Africa. According to world statistics, Liberia is rated the fourth poorest country in the world. However, it’s by the special grace of God that got me in one of the prestigious school in the world. I have always dreamt of being a blessing to my people. By giving back the knowledge I have acquired through the blessings of God, I hope to make a difference in my country.
After Princeton Theological Seminary, I plan to establish a new school in Liberia
From this backdrop, I have decided at the completion of my study in May of 2018. I am going back to Liberia to establish a Christian Academy for less fortunate children. The name of my school will be New Beginnings Christian Academy. There are many schools in Liberia, but to get a quality education is quite expensive. And majority of parents cannot afford to send their children to school.
Do you have Sunday school curriculum, old VBS programs, computers, etc that you are no longer using?
I have developed a draft proposal; which will soon be completed that outlines my plans for this school. Therefore, I am soliciting assistance from individuals, churches, organizations, philanthropies, and well-wishers. Since I am just at the beginning stage of this project. I would appreciate support in any kind. Be it school materials, Sunday school curriculum, old VBS programs, computers, photocopier, generators, financial contributions, and individual support to students.
Come visit us in Liberia!
It is my hope that in the not too distance future, we will have missionaries, organizations, teachers, students, or individuals coming over to visit our establishment in Liberia. As of now our US coordinator and contact person is:
We are also working on a date for the launching of this project. Your contribution will help change the life of a poor child and provide quality education to change lives. May the Lord reward you all.