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Welcome To Christ Lambs Church: a Pentecostal church

Fourth Anniversary

Pastor Hamlet and Hawa Kollie

Rev. Hamlet B. Kollie & Min. Hawa Sirleaf -Kollie

They are known as Missionaries of their time who can do well at anything they care to do. Ordained Teachers and Speakers of the word, they are in demand all through the United States of America and West Africa.

Christ Lambs Flock

For more than Seven years (7yrs) they have been ministering to Parents and Children in Africa and now in the United States of America. They are dedicated to helping parents face the demands of raising and releasing young people in these challenging days and to see young people fulfill their God given destiny.

Lambs Academy: an ongoing school project in Liberia

As Leaders and Administrators, they established vital programs and institutions for the development of the Christian community of Paynesville City and the township of Bensonvillie (Geeto Town Village).

Rev. Hamlet B. Kollie, holds a bachelors in Theology from the African Methodist University (Bryant theological Seminary) and Min. Hawa Sirleaf-Kollie, a bachelors in Sociology from the University of Liberia and Certificates in Health care Services.

The family is blessed with four (4) boys Namely Moses, David, Prince, and Joshua.

Programs and Institution:

  • Founders & Overseers
    Christ Lambs Church Ministries Inc. (CLCM)
  • National Directors
    W.O.M.A.N-Ministries Int’l. Liberia’s Chapter
    "Walking Out every Mission and Assignment throughout the Nations"
  • Proprietors
    Lambs Academy (Serving Your Generation Outreach Ministries).
  • Corresponding Secretary / Int’l. Coordinator
    Apostolic Ministerial Network Inc. - (AMINET)

Thanks for your support and Prayers. May the Lord God Bless you as you continue to focus on reaching the lost throughout this New Year of 2012........ With God all things are possible. Matthew 19:26

…………And JESUS said "If you Love Me then FEED MY LAMBS "

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About Liberia

Area: 111,369 sq. km. (43,000 sq. mi.). Slightly larger than Ohio.

Cities: Capital--Monrovia (pop. 1,010,970). Principal towns--Ganta (pop. 41,000), Buchanan (pop. 34,000), Gbarnga (pop. 34,000), Kakata (pop. 33,000), Voinjama (pop. 26,000).

Terrain: Three areas--Mangrove swamps and beaches along the coast, wooded hills and semideciduous shrub lands along the immediate interior, and dense tropical forests and plateaus in the interior. Liberia has 40% of West Africa's rain forest.

Nationality: Noun and adjective--Liberian(s).

Population (2009): 3.955 million.

Annual population growth rate (2008): 2.1%.

Ethnic groups: Kpelle 20%, Bassa 14%, Gio 8%, Kru 6%, 52% spread over 12 other ethnic groups.

Religions: Christian 85%, Muslim 12%, other 1.5%, no religion 1.5%.

Languages: English is the official language. There are 16 indigenous languages.

Education: Literacy (2008)--58%.

Health: Life expectancy (2008)--58 years.

Work force: Agriculture--70%; industry--15%; services--2%. Employment in the formal sector is estimated at 15%.

Type: Republic.

Independence: From American Colonization Society July 26, 1847.

Constitution: January 6, 1986.

Political parties: 20 registered political parties.

GDP (2009): $876 million.

Real GDP growth rate (2009): 4.9%.

Real per capita GDP (2009): $128.

Average annual inflation (2009): 7.4%.

Natural resources: Iron ore; rubber; timber; diamonds; gold; tin; possible offshore deposits of crude oil.

Agriculture: Products--coffee, cocoa, sugarcane, rice, cassava, palm oil, bananas, plantains, citrus, pineapple, sweet potatoes, corn, and vegetables.
Industry: Agriculture (61% of 2009 GDP); rubber; diamonds; gold; iron ore; forestry; beverages; construction.

Trade (2009): Exports--$148 million (rubber 61%). Major markets--India (26.5%); United States (17.9%); Poland (13.9%). Imports--$551 million (rice 29%; machinery/transport equipment 23%). Major markets--South Korea (27.2%); Singapore (25.5%); Japan (11.8%).

There are 16 ethnic groups that make up Liberia's indigenous population. The Kpelle in central and western Liberia is the largest ethnic group. Americo-Liberians who are descendants of freed slaves that arrived in Liberia after 1820 make up less than 5% of the population.

There also are sizable numbers of Lebanese, Indians, and other West African nationals who comprise part of Liberia's business community. The Liberian constitution restricts citizenship to only people of Negro descent, and land ownership is restricted to citizens.