Thursday, May 6, 2010

Words from Bishop Innis

I am very pleased with Paul Glaydor's work performance. In a short space of time, he has brought great transformation to Camphor Mission. I am satisfied with Paul's leadership with the support of the students, teachers, parents, nurses, the St. John River District and its District Superintendent, Rev. Goah and our donors. I went to the Camphor blog and read every piece of information he has provided for Camphor. Great job! Keep it up and may God bless you and your family and those committed to working with you.
Also, I am grateful to Kathy and Danny for the sacrifices they made during those months they were at Camphor. They really worked hard. They exposed Camphor Mission globally especially in the United States. I am happy that while in the United States, they will continue to advocate for Camphor Mission. I am thankful to the Garfield Memorial United Methodist Church of Pipper Pike, Ohio, for their support. The Garfield folks have been long time friends of Camphor Mission. From Rev. Dr. Larry Kline's leadership to the present leadership of the Church, great and good things had and continue to happen in the interest of Camphor Mission and its ministries. The recent visit of Sandy made a big difference. Their sister Church, Garfield is putting up a new look. How great and wonderful to be in Jesus Christ.
I am also deeply impressed with the work being done on the Judy Olin Guest House. Many thanks to Dr. Gary Olin, Dr. Matt, and all who made the trip to Liberia, especially for the quality time they spent at Camphor. They were followed by Linda Koleman and her team from Minnesota. Providing a gift of $10,000 for the Guest House project and at the same time using their hands and skills are means of expressing their love of Jesus Christ with the Camphor Community. We rejoice in the name of Jesus Christ for the work of the people called United Methodists in Liberia and the United States.
May bless all for doing good always in the name of our Lord and Savior. Paul, continue to lift the spirit of the children so that will love and appreciate the gift of a Christ-centered education.
Bishop John G. Innis
Class of '64