Serving Liberia Through Lifeline

Liberia, on the coast of West Africa, has some of the richest cultural diversity with 16 major indigenous ethnic groups represented in the country. Like many countries in Africa, however, vulnerable children in Liberia lack access to education because of the country’s extreme poverty and injustice. This is why the good news of the gospel, and the love of Christ needs to be shared within this country’s borders!


About our Partners

Global Orphan Care has two partnerships in Liberia. One partner runs a training school for children that are aging out of their orphanage. The school provides gospel hope while equipping with technical and business skills. Students receive career guidance, hands-on learning opportunities, and biblical teaching that prepares them for the transition to independent life.

Our second partner has a network of over 60 orphanage directors from all over Liberia. This partner is focused on helping provide gospel hope and best care practices to care for vulnerable children.

Both amazing organizations share Lifeline’s ultimate goal of seeing vulnerable children engaged with the gospel

Other Ways to Get Involved
Other Ways to Get Involved


What's Happening in Liberia

Pray for Liberia

One of the ways you can get involved in Liberia is to begin praying for the needs that are present there. Check back occasionally to see an updated list of

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