GBARNGA, BONG COUNTY: The Representative of Electoral District #2, Bong County (Deputy Speaker, House of Representatives) Prince Kermue Moye, Sr. has made good a promise of thirty bundles of zinc and a hundred, fifty thousand Liberian Dollars to the Pastoral Board and the congregation of the Christ Vision International Ministries, Inc.
The provision of the zinc and cash was a promise made to the Church in one of its Sunday services.
Representative Moye told the gathering that the Church continues to make meaningful contributions not only in the spiritual realm but in erecting additional churches, schools and engaging in agriculture.
Representative Moye believes that with any successful government being on the shoulders of the Church, CVIM continues to be a pace-setter for leaders and other churches.
The thirty bundles of zinc the lawmaker said, are being presented to help in the planting of more places of worship for God especially at a time our country is facing a devastating health crisis.
Receiving the materials from the Offices of Hon. Moye, the Senior Pastor of the Christ Vision International Ministries Rev. James S. Paye, Sr. beamed with smiles as he termed the lawmaker’s contribution to the Church of God as “not a surprise.”
Rev. Paye made a clear that the Church continues to pray for all leaders to adopt a mindset of change inorder to make meaningful contributions to society.
CVIM is one of the fastest growing Churches in Gbarnga, Bong County.
Recently, the Church’s Senior Pastor built and turned over an Elementary School in Electoral District #3.
The Church has Radio and TV Stations, and is heavily engaged in farming as a way of sustainability.
As a matter of fact, the leader has over the past several months been providing fuel coupons to the media entity to keep it on, especially for its morning devotional programs.
Credit: Representative Prince Moye’s Media Team