There are over 50 beautiful children
at the Christ Our Hope Orphanage
that are counting on your help and generosity!
Click below to see some of
Supporting "Christ Our Hope
Orphanage" Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa
Facts about Liberia:
- ● Average life expectancy - 42.5 years.
- ● Unemployment - 85%.
- ● Religions - 40% Christian, 20% Muslim,
- ● 1/3 of population lives on $1 USD per
- ● Infant mortality rate - 5th highest in
The need is great!
- ● Orphan Cry is currently supporting
"Christ Our Hope Orphanage" in Monrovia, Liberia.
- ● Orphan Cry ships barrels of
clothing, school supplies, toys, Bibles, and textbooks to the orphanage.
- ● Orphan Cry teams traveled to
Liberia in 2009 and 2010 to coordinate long-term relief efforts with
the orphanage staff. Check out our
see the fruits of our efforts.
- ● One major project was to seek out
help for drilling a clean water well for the orphanage and to arrange for immediate assistance
for the purchase of food for the children.
Missionary Benjamin Kettor
Frances, Benjamin, and Ben Jr.
- ● Benjamin Kettor is a Liberian national
studying for the ministry at
Davis College in the
- ● Ben's family is still living in
Liberia. Ben plans to permanently return to his native country to
serve upon graduation from college.
- ● Orphan Cry is currently supporting Ben
in his studies and preparation for ministry.
- ● As is the philosophy of Orphan Cry, we
desire to equip, support, and work together with national
missionaries. The familiarity with the culture, and language, as
well as the general acceptance of nationals in their own country has
worked very well for us in other areas.
- ● Ben is a very dedicated, personable,
and motivated Christian young man. We are very excited to have him
and his wife Frances on our team!
- ● We are still in the process of raising
support for Benjamin and his family. Perhaps you can help.
[...... more about the Kettor Family]
If you wish to make a general contribution to our Liberian ministries, you can
contribute on-line by clicking here:
Thank you in
advance, Ken Wilcox, Executive Director