…With Conference Center
Christian Revival Church Association (CRCA), based in Liberia is said to be making headway among churches in the country evident by numerous development initiatives undertaken by the church.
The church is currently constructing its own university, named River of Life University.
The construction of the university is part of the church’s developmental strategy aimed at addressing the needs of Liberians.
The university is being constructed at the Jungle Farm Community, in District#1 Margibi County.
Speaking with Rev. Dennis Aggrey, Mission Director at the site of university, he stated that the construction of the university is part of the CRCA commitment to address the need of the people.
Rev. Aggrey noted that the church, since its establishment in Liberia has been providing the country with spiritual food, empowerment programs, and capacity building.
He said following years of impacting almost every aspect of Liberia, the church decided to establish its own university.
Rev. Aggrey said when completed, the university will have a conference center that will accommodate over 700 persons.
On the other hand, the Mission Director noted that the CRCA is concerned about Liberia not only spiritually but also to help provide the needed solutions to issues confronting the wellbeing of the country.
He said plan is underway by the CRCA to get the university operational by 2020.
Rev. Aggrey disclosed that CRCA operates in seven counties in Liberia and its sub branches are currently in three countries in West Africa including Guinea, Ivory Coast and Sierra Leone.
When asked about the church’s financial backing, the Mission Director of the CRCA responded as saying that the construction of the university and other projects of the church are made possible through the contributions from members and donors.
He said CRCA believes in changing lives through the Gospel of Jesus Christ which leads to supporting the wellbeing of its members and Liberia at large.
CRCA is involved in construction of churches, schools, agricultural activities, training of pastors and teachers across the country.