Despite the Cold LHNE Boys Help Load Container for Liberia

It was a cold day for loading a shipment but that did not stop the boys from Lutheran High Northeast in Norfolk, NE. Rev. Amos Bolay with Lutheran Church of Liberia will be receiving church pews which came from St. John’s Lutheran Church in Vincent, IA and also computers and monitors donated by Concordia University in Seward, NE. Other items included were Bibles, robes, bikes, office chairs/desks, student desks/chairs and school supplies. Rev. Bolay has Lutheran churches and schools he has opened that offers a Christ centered education for everyone and is always grateful for the gifts from OGT. Thank you to those that donated goods to help children in Liberia.

Categories: International Aid

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