speaks at ground-breaking for Ganta Hospital
Led by Bishop John G. Innis, area bishop, United Methodists
in Liberia broke ground for a new 100 bed hospital at Ganta Mission
on Saturday, August 13.Dr. Timothy L. Bias, Pastor at First United Methodist Church in Peoria and guest preacher for the event, announced to the crowd of over 500 worshippers, ,,today we pull back the curtain on the future and we see what is not yet here.
...Touching on the role of Bishop Innis, Dr. Bias said, ,,when God raised up a leader in your midst and you elected him to be your Bishop, God was leading you into a new future, a new tomorrow, a new hope.
...Dr. Bias concluded by saying ,what we do here today represents not only a hospital and health care, but a new day for United Methodists in Liberia and United Methodists around the world.
We break ground today for God,s tomorrow.God is good, all the time, and all the time, God is good.,Acknowledging a gift of $100.000 from the First United Methodist Church
in Peoria, IL, Bishop Innis and his
Cabinet led those in attendance in raising the amount of USD $8,257 and LD $227,380 in cash and pledges.God is indeed good all the time.
The members of the IGRC Liberia Task Force
are Tim Bias
, Paul Black, Matthew Jaiah, Jyl Krause, Randy Robinson, Roosevelt Smith and Bunny Wolfe.