African Christians Fellowship International (ACFI)

Church and Adoption Agency in Liberia

From website
African Christians Fellowship International (ACFI) is an indigenous, evangelical church and church planting ministry that was founded in 1986. During the 1990's when civil war raged in Liberia, orphaned and abandoned children were brought to this fellowship and out of this grew the orphanages. ACFI's goal is to raise a generation whose trust is in the Lord; a generation that attaches meaning to life; a generation that fears God and lives according to the teaching of the Bible; a generation whose desire is to lead a productive and responsible life. ACFI believes that the quality of the future of Liberia largely depends on the discipline and moral upbringing of the children that represent the future.

In 2002, the Daniel Hoover Children's Village was built on 6.5 acres outside of Monrovia in a city named Dixville. The village provides a home and school to about 400 children.

ACFI provides the same to nearly 60 hearing impaired children at the Deaf Home. A dormitory was recently built on donated land. However, due to limited funds, the student dormitories also now serve as a school.
1 January 1986


Person Relation type Date from Date to
Bishop Ed Kofi aka T. Edward Kofi President

Relations to other organizations

Organization Relation Type Organization Country Date from Date to
African Christians Fellowship International (ACFI) Cooperates with Christian Adoption Services, Inc.
African Christians Fellowship International (ACFI) Facilitates Christian Adoption Services, Inc. Liberia
African Christians Fellowship International (ACFI) Owner of Daniel Hoover Children's Village orphanage


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