New Life Pentecostal Outreach Ministries, Inc.
Having been commissioned by God in February the 26, 2002 with the mandate to preach and prepare leaders for the Kingdom of God; New Life Pentecostal Outreach Ministries/Church (NLPOMI) began with approximately Fourteen committed members and subsequently three pastors.
The vision establishing NLPOMI envision the establishment of a School building, and subsequently a pastoral residence to host and accommodate ministers for the advancement of the gospel of Christ within the fifteen political sub-division of our country-Liberia.
As they have been led by the Holy Spirit, this commission had been in existence for the last thirteen years with numerous challenges and obstacles faced as the result of the lack of adequate financial support to the Ministry. As a means of achieving their objective, NLPOMI had embarked on several collective Christian ventures that had in one means or the other supplemented their efforts thus far in mitigation socio-economic impoverishment as a Ministry.
However, with the limited resources and the current economic atmosphere that shadows the ministry within post-war Liberia, they had managed to established self-assistance and or entrepreneur programs that will intern serve as a source of generating proceeds to fostering the work of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. In recent times, the ministry has conducted workshops for non-Christian women and girls on the vulnerability of prostitution, and the negative impact it poses on an individual; through that, they manage to have won not less than, 250 souls within the Peace Island community and its surrounding area. Films and other form of Christian outreach programs have been part of their three year strategic evangelism plan of which souls have been won for the kingdom.
This project justifies the need and eagerness of the gospel within the fifteen counties of Liberia with a central focus as a pilot project in Monrovia which host about 53% of our country’s 3.5 million populations. It is imperative to mention that the passion for evangelism and mission had and will be the creed of this vision but with the establishment and construction on the school, church and pastoral residence it will thus benefit not only us as a ministry but the nation as a whole and partner institution.
The School which benefits the under-privileged, orphans and widows has, and will continue to strategically focus on educating young girls, the older folks and catering to children of whom their parents had died due to the war or other forms of illnesses ( Hiv/Aids, T.B, Ebola etc. ). This ministry is in no way seeking self-gratification but molding the minds for Christ and alleviating illiteracy and economic burden of the less fortunate within the society and will be a medium through which we as a church can train and retain members within the domain of the church.