“The Gains of the Gospel of Jesus Christ”, Liberian Clergyman Shares His Church’s Achievements

Paynesville: As part of his efforts to ensure that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is preached, a renowned Liberian Clergyman, Rev. James Doe Toe has outlined gains made by the Blessed Hope Assembly of God Church during the year 2023.

Rev. Doe Toe who called on other churches to emulate the good example of his ministry said, the church has consistently identified with community dwellers in every spheres of life over the years.

He said, it is the church cooperate social responsibility to ensure that the community feels the physical and spiritual impact of the Ministry.

Rev. James Doe Toe bragged that over the years, the Blessed Hope Assembly of God Church has accelerated development at the edifice, thus the establishment of two separate preaching points both at the Baptist Seminary and Marshall respectively.

He said that following the growth of membership and infrastructure developments, the both branches will be turned over to the Monrovia District, which is the national church.

“The Blessed Hope Assembly of God Church is pleased to inform you that we have concluded to establish a mission in Rivercess County by the Assembly of God Church in the coming years. This mission will have every facility to include, school, medical facility, sports among others” Rev. James Doe-Toe disclosed.

“This move by the church is to ensure that the gospel of Christ is being preached across the country through evangelism and we are optimistic that these developmental activities will make impact in the lives of many Liberians” The Blessed Hope Assembly of God Church Paster added.

Rev. Doe Toe statement was contained in his Year-in-Review statement, Sunday at the Blessed Hope Assembly of God Church along the RIA highway in Paynesville.
“We have also embarked on feeding our kids in the children’s ministry consistently every Sunday as they come to church because, we strongly believe that it is another way of attracting the minds of the children to the things of God. Once the kids are fed, they feel happy being in the presence of God continuously. The Liberian Prelate noted.

In another development, Rev. James Doe Toe has described Liberians low pace of service to God as disgusting and called for the change of attitude.

Rev. Doe Toe of the Blessed Hope Assembly of God Church along the Robert Field Highway attributed the actions of Liberians to lack of commitment, value of their jobs and homes above their creator.

“Ghanaians and Nigerians are flourishing because of their unwavering commitment to the service of God compare to Liberians who believe in serving God on a seasonal basis. As a man of God, such act is wrong and a breach of Biblical principle for the Christian community”. He lamented.

At the same, Rev. James Doe Toe has called on Liberian Pastors to desist from acts that are contrary to the things of God ; noting that they are to be seen as examples for others to follow. He lamented that many Liberian Clergymen are allegedly found in odd practices, as well as other negative vices that have the potential to discourage those who are yet to know God to become born again.

Rev. Doe Toe who vows to remain robust said, he will continue to speak against societal ills until Liberia is transformed.

The Blessed Hope AG Church was established May 18, 1997 to proclaim God’s kingdom message through Titus 2:15.

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