A hallmark of the Christian faith is a concern for the common good borne out in service to others. The Center for World Mission's students, faculty, and staff find a wealth of opportunities to embrace this philosophy as a way of life. Today the Center serves as the umbrella for K-12 schools in rural Africa.
The Fay Rogers American School in Liberia
Galilee Campus-serves Massa Town, Lousina Town and Montserrado County (approximately 200 students)
Today we have a little over 100 students in K-6 with 10 teachers, including the Headmaster, Roosevelt Weah. We are following a build as you grow model and started the process of expansion to house grades 7,8,9 by the fall of 2017.
We support this school at a monthly cost of only $1,900 USD. This small amount pays for:
One meal a day for each student
(often the only meal that these children will eat that day)
LIBERIA CENTER FOR GLOBAL MINISTRIES
Enriching the Lives of Our Students
Apply for Membership to the Liberia Center for Global Ministries as either a licensed or an ordained Christian minister.
The aim of Liberia Center for Global Ministries is to develop Christian leaders to impact Liberia and become all they can be for Christ. Ministers and Christian workers who become members may take advantage of peer support and interaction, mentoring, workshops, ongoing learning opportunities, and access to a global network of other ministers.
Bishop Roosevelt Y. Weah
Liberia Center for Global Ministries Director, Bishop Roosevelt Y. Weah was born in the heartland of the Grebo Country, in Barrobo, Maryland County, Liberia.
He was powerfully converted during the 1987 Jimmy Swaggart Crusade in Monrovia, Liberia, and was well disciplined by the Beloved Brother Kingsley Ansah of the Sinkor Assembly of God Church during the ministry of now Archbishop Issac S. Winker.
He was ministry credentials by the Monrovia District of the Liberia Assemblies of God in 1994 during the ministry of Rev. Thomas P. Wesaye (God bless all Christian souls).
He was ordained Bishop by Dr. Charles Rogers of the United States of America in November of 2019.
He is the Founder and Senior Minister of the Gospel Outreach Ministry and Director of the Charles & Fay Rogers American School and the Galilee Christian Mission in Liberia.
He is also the Founder and Director of the Men Empowerment Network of Liberia and the Progressive African Women and Daughters of Zion.
He met sister Rita Paye at World Evangelical Outreach Ministry and married her few years later and they lived happily together after with two boys and four girls.