MONROVIA: The Pastor of Living Manna Ministries International, Toe December Weah, (no relations to President Weah) has been ordained as Bishop for the Living Manna Ministries International region of West Africa in Liberia.
The ordination ceremony took place at the Faith Community Sanctuary located in Dagbe Town in Community, in the Township of Garnerville on Sunday November 22, 2020.
Speaking at the ordination ceremony, the presiding of Living Manna Ministries International region of West Africa, Bishop Shadrick R.A. Bryant, said the ordination of Pastor Weah was is in fulfillment of the holy bible which commands Christians to go into the world and proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ.
The Presiding Bishop added that the establishment of the Living Manna Ministries International region of West Africa in Liberia is intended to spiritually heal the wounds created by the years of civil war and to help Liberians grow in faith.
For his part, Bishop Weah lauded the church members and Bishop Bryant for his preferment. He promised to justify the confidence reposed in him to the best of his ability and said with God’s guidance, he will work harder than before to redeem the lost souls. He added that he will always seek the guidance of the Holy Spirit in his endeavors to meet the many challenges ahead. “I felt this was not something that God would have asked me to do. I felt I would have just remained where I was until I leave this world but today God has asked me to do something new for Him,” he said.
He continued: “The opportunity will come, the responsibilities will reveal themselves, but I will work and ask God to guide us. I believe with the help of the Holy Spirit and in consultation with the Presiding Bishop and the Living Manna Ministries International of Bishops, we will do our best.
Whatever I do, I must weigh it over and over, seeking the guidance of the Holy Spirit before I do it.”