During the 14 year Liberian Civil War (1989-2004), our mission expanded to include humanitarian aid, establishing orphanages and giving medical assistance. We have continued those areas of service to help bring back the infrastructure of the country.
Our ministry of rescuing and raising needy and disadvantaged children continues at Daniel Hoover Children's Village Mission and the Oscar and Viola Stewart School for the Deaf. There are currently 250 children at the Hoover Mission and 50 children at the Deaf School.
Our Child Sponsorship Program is directed by Christian Adoption Services. For more information, click on the button below.
ACFI was established to reach the rural inhabitants of isolated villages and the urban crime-infested communities. The birth place of ACFI was the most deadly slum in the Liberian capital of Monrovia, at the Buzzi Quarter clinic. This was the beginning of our ministry to the sick and needy. Each year, a team of doctors, nurses and other volunteers holds free clinics at the Buzzi Quarter Clinic, as well as others in outlying towns and rural communities.
As we move into the future, our goal is to become self-sustaining as a ministry. One of the ways we hope to accomplish this is through growing much of our own food.
Evangelism & Church Planting
The majority of the rural population of Liberia lives in abject poverty without the Gospel. False cults, Islam and various forms of paganism and idolatry dominate the rural culture. God has given ACFI the vision and mandate to launch evangelism and discipleship training in these villages.
The goal of Liberia Christian College is to train young men and women in Theology, Christian Service, and Church Planting, as well as practical skills. Our hope and prayer is that we can raise up mighty women and men for the furtherance of the Kingdom of Christ in Liberia and the neighboring countries of the sub-region of West Africa.