…. For Construction Of New Edifice
The Bishop of the Tabernacle Of Israel Ministries (TOIM), Augustine S. Chea has broken ground for the construction of a new edifice of TOIM’s Liberia branch.
Bishop Chea performed the groundbreaking ceremony on Sunday, March 19, 2017 in Chocolate City, the outskirt of Monrovia.
He expressed joy for being in Liberia to break ground for a new structure for the people of God. He has been in the U.S. for 25 years.
The Man of God also ordained six persons as missionaries, deacons and pastor prior to the groundbreaking ceremony.
Those ordained by Bishop Chea are Elder Sylvester G. Koffa, pastor; Mot. Dorcas Koffa, missionary; Elder Edward W. Sorlor, deacon; Elder John Freeman, deacon; Joyce B. Neal, missionary; and Jebbeh P. Morris, missionary.
In his sermon taken from the Holy Gospel of Ezekiel 37:1-10, under the theme “Resurrection in The Graveyard”, Bishop Chea urged the people of God to follow divine instructions if they must succeed in their endeavors.
“There is hope in every situation that seems hopeless once God is in it; Every dead or failed project in your life can be resurrected this time for a great victory; Mission must be accomplished,” Bishop Chea thrilled the congregation of mostly women and children.
He admonished God’s people that it is time to speak to the ‘dry bones’ or situations in their lives because those ‘dry bones’ shall live again in the name of the Lord.
The Tabernacle Of Israel Ministries, Inc. was established in New York, the United States of America by Bishop Chea in November 2013 and a branch was subsequently founded in Liberia in October 2015.
Besides spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ, TOIM is committed to awarding sponsorships and scholarships to the needy. The Church also continues to send much needy aid, clothing, toys and food supplies to its Liberia branch for distribution to members and non-members.
Meanwhile, Bishop Chea is expected to depart Liberia for the United States next week.