Mission Bethel shows the compassion of God to the very poor in the slums of Monrovia, Liberia, one of the poorest countries in the world, with about 84% of the population living below the poverty line of $1.25 per day. Over 500 impoverished children attend the Christian school at Mission Bethel, which serves as a feeder for families to attend Mission Bethel Church. Liberia has no prenatal care; Mission Bethel also operates a pregnancy center that provides counseling, clothing, toys, vitamins, and instruction on pre and postnatal care, infant care, and delivery assistance.
Reformed Hearts Orphans Center (RHOC) cares for 35 orphans within seven homes at RHOC and with families from their local church. The children in their care are orphaned from the AIDS/HIV epidemic and political unrest. RHOC believes “that every child deserves a loving home, a family and parents or caretakers who cater to the child’s physical and emotional well – being and development. We believe that children belong in homes and families and not in institutions.” It is with this commitment that RHOC is caring for orphans in the name of Christ, instructing them in solid, Biblical teaching.