To create a global community of Christian believers.
The Philadelphia Church International has a very unique history with respect to our mission and involvement in missions.
As our history mentioned, we were started by a group of missionaries from the country of Sweden and our first Pastor who is now a Bishop was a Baptist missionary sent to Liberia for missionary work; he later got inspired by the Holy Spirit and responding to the calling of the Lord to cross over to this ministry.
Our mission is Christ Centered; hence, we are commissioned to love Christ and demonstrate said love to the world through the anointed word of God via an anointed vessel chosen by God for this fulfillment.
In furtherance of this Mission , the Philadelphia Church International has been remitting funds to Liberia in support of the many Churches planted in war torn Liberia . Most of these Pastors are located in remote communities, towns and villages that are poverty stricken, a situation that was exacerbated as the result of fifteen years of a brutal civil war that left the entire country decimated. No place remained untouched in Liberia . Families were disintegrated; whole communities were uprooted and social services devastated. An estimated 250,000 persons lost their lives as a result of the senseless crisis.
Many of the pastors have graduated from leading seminaries in Liberia . We are carefully looking into the possibility of finding options for them to pursue graduate degree programs either here in the United States or some other parts of the world. We are therefore soliciting any kind of help that will take them away from Home for at least two years of advanced training and then they can return with the fresh knowledge and experience to impact that part of the world. Our hope is to see them acquire new skills and develop new and improved approaches to the ministry upon graduation.
As of now Philadelphia Church International remits small amounts of money to about 20 pastors to help with their sustenance. The church projects that it will require at least fifty United States dollars ($50.00) per pastor on a monthly basis to meet their basic livelihood expenses. We are encouraging and inviting organized support to help sustain our pastors to continue to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The church operates elementary and junior high schools in the communities in which it exists to respond to the education needs of children; some of whom are orphans who lost their parents as a result of the war and others whose parents have lost their jobs as a result of the destruction of economic and social services. There is therefore a large pool of students who are in need of sustained support to acquire a minimum education.
At PCI, we are truthful and diligent in carrying out our mission of “knowing Christ and making Him known throughout the world”.
We strongly believe that Jesus is the only ANSWER to all problems just as the Bible rightly says in the book ofActs 4:12 (King James Version)
”Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.”
We are committed to sharing the love of Christ in any way possible. This is why PCI is proud to be a mission partner with others who are laboring faithfully for the Lord.
As of this year, we are helping to support the vision of Rebuild Africa.
Rebuild Africa is an African Christian development organization. In partnership with advisors and contributors from around the world, our mission is to empower and support the residents of post-conflict countries in Africa to rebuild their lives and communities in a sustainable way. Our initial focus has been on Liberia.
With a yearly contribution of $100, you can be a fellow partner of this vision. For more information about Rebuild Africa and its initiatives, please visit http://www.rebuildafrica.org.
Thanks for your support.