Girl’s Care

girlscare1LFI currently supports Church of Christ Ministries in India. Directed by Brother Johnson, this ministry supports 1,000 pastors and 700 children through several schools: K-10th grade; Browning Junior College; a one-year teacher training program; and a two-year Coastal Bible College.
Liberty Fellowship International currently provides financial support for 80 girls who attend Browning Junior College. The annual cost to provide housing, food, clothes, and education for all the girls is $5,600 per year, and a mere $70 can send one girl to school for an entire year. Below are some short bios of just a portion of the girls LFI supports. If you feel led to help us in our commitment to make a difference in these girls’ lives please use the donate button below. We appreciate donations of any amount to aid these worthy people.
 
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Ministry Opportunities

In 2010, Brother Johnson lost 40% of his support and is in need of additional assistance.

These 3 regions and pastors are unsupported:

Pastor Kummar oversees the Leprosy feeding center. Every evening Pastor and his wife feed 30 to 40 people rice and soup with their own money. This is the only meal these people get per day. Pastor Kummar also has a sewing center in his village.

This center consists of 6 sewing machines, 2 zigzag machines materials, and a teacher. It costs about $800 to start a center–$65 per sewing machine; $100 per zigzag machine, and $200 for supplies. These centers train women and give them a trade to help support themselves and their families. Pastor Kummar has 30 pastors in his area.

In Pastor Campbell’s area there are 27 pastors. Brother Johnson has put a water treatment plant in this area. This plant produces 1,000 liters of clean water every hour at a cost of 3 rupees per liter. They provide the water free to those in need and have the potential to sell excess at 30 rupees per liter to help support themselves.

In Pastor Praveem’s area there are 21 pastors. Five auto rickshaws serve in this area to help provide transportation for pastors and provide income thru taxi service. Pastor Praveem has a boar well at his church that provides water for the entire village in the summer and his church family in rainy season.

There are many other things going on through Brother Johnson and Church of Christ Ministries. He is currently reaching out to Osissa and 2 other northern states, evangelizing and supporting churches in these areas. This ministry is 3rd generation, having been started by Johnson’s Grandfather, Father, and now Johnson. The Medidi family is very humble and very effective in spreading the gospel. This is extremely good ground to sow seeds of faith.