Dear Family & Friends:
Hope this letter finds you all in health and peace. We
first want to give all glory and honor to our God, the Father of us all, for just being who He is. Second to just give you
a summary of our mission to Liberia and some prayer points to consider as we press forward this next year.
We began our trip with a three day crusade,
training pastors, evangelist and teachers. We began teaching with basic Christianity, salvation, discipleship, and prayer.
We were led into a time of repentance toward Liberia for the part we as the white race, and Americans, for the wrongs we have
done concerning them and the blood we have on our hands of their people. The Holy Spirit moved in power and many barriers
were removed and replaced with a true love of “HIS Spirit”. Our team had an opportunity to wash the feet and pray
over each one of the participants.
The next day after the workshop we went out with some of the Pastors who attended the workshop;
to evangelize some of the villages that have been selected to implement the discipleship program two years ago. We also gave
some of the families the things we sent over in the two barrel a few months ago. We encouraged the families
and Pastors with our compassion for the people of Liberia. We ended the visit to the Paynesville community
by going to the beach with the Pastors and praying over the Atlantic Ocean. We prayed for God’s cleansing
and pleaded the blood of Jesus over all the sins committed with sacrifices and worship to their demon gods of the water.
The second night we were with Isabel’s grandson, Coleman Foster (an attorney) who works with the government of
Liberia; he took us by City Hall, where they were doing a total restoration. As we arrived one of the first people we met
was the Mayor Mary Broh. She was very receptive to us and gave us a tour of the whole hall. Afterwards, we asked if we
could pray with her, and she was more than happy to allow us to pray with her and a staff of about 25-30, that was working
that evening. She didn’t allow those of the Islamic faith to join us in this time of corporate prayer.
Sunday our team went to the first
Methodist church of Liberia and Peggy Seals a member of our team ministered the most powerful word of the Lord on “Love”,
that I had ever heard. This message of “Love” was taken also to another large church of about 300, the next Sunday.
Meanwhile, Tim and I were at the Bethel Church across town ministering the true liberty of the Kingdom of God, to about 200
more saints, who have been called to fulfill God’s destiny in Liberia; as His Kings and Priest in the earth.
Our last day,
Pastor Roberts wanted us to speak to his pastors of four churches and their leadership to encourage them and bring forth what
else the Lord had laid on our hearts. We then laid hands on each one of them and released the Kingdom over
We think it was a completed work that He did in Liberia for this season. It do believe with all our heart we have met
Jews in the land. This work has laid the ground work for the Apostolic and Prophetic to come and lay the foundation and
release the prophetic word of the Lord. God will bring Liberia to its expected end as the Kingdom is released upon them by
the five-fold ministry.
Liberia is one of the most expensive third world nations I have ever been in. Everything is imported from other nations,
such as Nigeria and China. The situation is grave and only a move of God can and will change things. We have a few things
the Lord has put upon our hearts, first is to help with farming and water needs on the land in Kakatah where God’s Love
Center central office will be located. We also want to get laptops for the leadership, to help with their training and studies.
These are only a couple of the basic needs.
We are planning another mission after the September elections of 2011. Much prayer
is needed on behalf of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her re-election. The Masonic temple is being resurrected just in
time for the election year and brings a lot of warfare against the ones not affiliated with its practices. It
is on the highest point in Monrovia. We will keep you informed of the prayer points as we go forward.
We thank you
all for your love, prayers and your support for us through this journey of the Kingdom of our Lord. Please share any of your
thoughts with us. In HIM, Tim & Aliza