Liberia - Transfiguration Lutheran Church - Bloomington, Minnesota

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Many thanks to all who attended and supported the Center for Changing Lives – Liberia 4th annual fundraiser mid-October 2019. It was our best attended and most successful fundraiser yet. Over $27,000 was raised allowing education and vocational training to continue for more than sixty children in rural Liberia over the coming school year. We are almost at our goal of $30,000 raised for this year.  In the video above, you'll be introduced to Deddeh Yelobah, one of the CCLL scholarship recipients.
[Click Here] to make your tax-deductible donation for CCLL through
Center For Changing Lives - Liberia
Transfiguration Lutheran Church is the primary community of support for CCLL, leading a partnership of Minnesota Churches in supporting the vision of Philip Nushann (see bio on this page).
CCLL is bringing health services, education, housing, counseling, empowerment, resource building, hope and love to the children of West Africa.
Your financial contributions are needed and welcome to help support these efforts.  Please [click here] to visit our secure E-Service online giving form.

The idea and inspiration for the Center for Changing Lives Liberia (CCLL) came from Liberian native Philip Nushann and his Clinical Pastoral Education experience with CCLL in Minnesota, where he saw how people’s lives were transformed by inclusive, interfaith philosophy and process. Having worked in faith-based social services in Liberia for several years, Philip seeks to recreate a similar program to serve the particular needs of at risk children in Bong County, Liberia.
Equipped with this in-country experience and doctoral studies in the USA, Philip has begun to formulate CCLL with the support of partners in the USA, Liberia and other West African countries. CCLL's mission is to change the lives of at-risk Liberian children by improving their quality of life and restoring their hope and dignity through the love of God, empowering them to actively participate in the development of their community.
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