Jesus gave the following commandment to His disciples:

"All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth.
  Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations,
 baptizing them in the name of the Father
 and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,
 teaching them to observe all things
 that I have commanded you;
and lo, I am with you always,
 even to the end of the age."


A.I.C.M. is the mission arm of the Church of the Believers.
  The establishment of our mission office in this country
 stems from our obedience to this great commission.
  In Acts 1:8 Jesus called for His disciples to be

 "witnesses to Me in Jerusalem,
 and in all Judea and Samaria,
 and to the end of the earth."
 

A.I.C.M.  Mission Statement

To share God's love through the gospel of Jesus Christ,
beginning with our Jerusalem (the city of Liberia),
and then to Samaria and Judea (the country of Liberia),
and to the end of the earth (Africa and beyond).


Mission Points

A man's heart plans his way,
 But the LORD directs his steps.
(Proverbs 16:9 NKJV)

A Mission Point is an evangelical effort which is similar to a Bible study group, with an objective to eventually plant a church.  Four mission points are currently being conducted by Church of the Believers in Liberia.

The following is presented as an illustration of how God worked to start a Mission Point which later became a church.

A man by the name of Borbor Ganton was born in Camp One, Liberia.  Camp One is located in the Nimba County of Liberia, about 900 miles from the capital city of Monrovia.

As a young man, Borbor moved to Monrovia in hopes of finding a place where he could earn a living.  As the result of an evangelistic crusade,  Borbor began to attend church at the founding church of The Church of the Believers in Monrovia.

As Pastor Liberty was preaching God's word one Sunday, Borbor made a decision to believe in Jesus as Savior and Lord.

Six years later, and because of the death of his father who still lived in Camp Town, Borbor decided to return to his native home town.  The closest Church of the Believers was located in Zarwulugbo town.  Borbor and his family commuted to this church every Sunday for over 10 years.  It was an hour and 15 minute "walk", each way.

Borbor continued in his growth in the Lord and became the Head Deacon of Zarwulugbo Town Church.

The Lord put it on Borbor's heart to begin a Mission Point in his home town of Camp One.  He shared this with his Pastor, Charles Gaye and was prayed for to start this new Bible study group.  Members of the Church of the Believers also were praying for God's blessing on this new Mission Point.  They constructed a temporary building which would hold about 60 persons.

After about a year had passed, Brother Borbor attended the yearly conference of Church of the Believers (Convention 2010, held in Monrovia).  He reported that membership had grown very fast and they now had 135 members.  At the convention, the  National Board of the Church appointed brother Borbor to be the pastor of this new church.

Presently, Pastor Borbor is praying about starting construction of a new church building.  Our God is so good.

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