Happy New Year!

Beautiful Liberia! All of us at Spirit Liberia would like to wish you a "Happy New Year!" It has been an amazing year of incredible growth and change within the organization. God has opened many doors and poured out His blessing on the work He has called us to. We look forward with great anticipation to the coming year. We know that things are difficult right now with all of the economic struggle in the world but be encouraged. God is still in control! With this in mind, we know that you want to make wise decisions concerning your charitable giving especially in these unstable times. Please consider making a year- end tax-deductable gift to Spirit Liberia. Spirit Liberia is working hard to spread the gospel and provide humanitarian relief and sustainability in one of the poorest countries in the world. We are working to create full financial sustainability for the ministry within 3 years time. This means through special Spirit Liberia projects we will be growing the investment you have made in us to provide financial independence for the organization. This is so exciting because it means that we will not be fully dependant on donations in the future (Lord willing!). We want to be good stewards of the finances that God entrusts us with. Just like in Mathew 25:14 through 30, the parable of the Talents we do not want to bury what God has given us, we want to grow and multiply it for His service and reward. We cannot accomplish all of this without your help now. The people of Liberia have suffered much, but are strong, eager to work and ripe for the Harvest. Please join us in reaching out with the love of Christ and helping them back up on their own 2 feet.
We will have a big announcement coming in January! Exciting things are happening, and we would love for you to be a part of it! Please send us an e-mail to
bogdans@spiritliberia.org if you would like to receive our monthly newsletter “Rootsource”. This is a great way to stay informed of what is happening in Liberia. May God bless you in 2009!
~Spirit Liberia

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