Kimberline Foundation Donates Food Items
By Naneka Hoffman
Kimberline Youth For Jesus Christ Foundation (KYJCF) of Careysburg township has donated several food items to the Jesus Christ Children Ministry in White-plains.
Speaking during the presentation program which took place at the White Plains Town-Ship in Careysburg, Madam Evangeline I. King said since two years ago she has always been keeping the orphanage on Her mind, as she is also an orphan since her parents have died.According to her, she found the Foundation to have orphanage children because she herself is an orphan, and so she was delighted to celebrate with other orphans the first anniversary of the founding of her orphanage during a thanksgiving service which took place at the Winner Chapel Church in Congo Town on Sunday March 11, 2018.
She expressed thanks to God that during her anniversary celebration service, they got the opportunity to receive the Liberia First Lady Mrs. Clar M. Weah, who give them gifts to donate it to the Children of orphanage but later decided to instead donate it to the children of Jesus Christ Ministry of White Plains.
Meanwhile, according to Madam King, the first lady extends her love to them at the Jesus Christ Ministry, adding that she Knows that one day She may visit the orphanage home because She has the children on her mind, which is why She gave the gifts to them to be distributed among the children.
“Because I am a humanitarian who is responsible for such a program, so on behalf of the first lady they decided to give them gifts,” she added..
She noted the ceremony marking the 1st anniversary celebration of the organization was held under the scripture theme; come on to me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give u rest, ‘’ with reference from the book of Matthew 11; 28 .
She pointed out that the foundation is in memory of her fallen and ‘devoted young Christian, Ms. Kimberline M. King Ogoffa, her daughter who died prematurely on October 7, 2005 at the age of 16.
Prior to her daughter’s death, She disclosed that the deceased was a 10 grade student at the ST. Theresa Convent Catholic high school in Monrovia and has worked with her, to ensure a home for hopeless youths.
According to Madam Evangeline I. King, the mission of the foundation is to take the traumatized, drug-addicts youth’s, wayward children and teenage prostitutes from the streets and empower them with knowledge and skills through vibrant education so that they may become useful in the society.
The Kimberline Youth for Jesus Foundation boss asserted that the organization envisages a re-birth for the youthful population, to give them a renewed mindset toward the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, in order to find answers to the question of life.