Maggie Lampkins Institute
Mother, Maggie Lampkins, came to Liberia, West Africa, in 1956, appointed by “Church In the Home.” She had a burden to win souls for Jesus Christ and to develop worthwhile citizens in Africa with a focus on Liberia. Mother Lampkins established a Boarding Mission School in 1958 on 25 acres of land that was given to her by the Elders of Kama Town, a village inhabited by the Bassa Tribe.
Through her stern discipline and love, she was able to help many young people who may never have had a chance to go to school. Many of these children came from villages in the interior.
Mother Lampkins died in 1982, but her Legacy and work continue under the direction of her son Rev. Dr. Ralph T. Lampkins.
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“We are praying, believing, and also trusting God that our dream will come true”.
Bro. Anthony Robert, Director
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