ROSE OF SHARON NEWS

THE  NEED TO FEED AFRICA’S CHILDREN

The Rose of Sharon Christian Academy is interested in David Cameron’s declaration on ending world hunger. We want to equally feed our kids as well. Help us fight hunger at our school. Feed 75 school going children from age 2-14.  At Rose of Sharon, we share Christ love for little children. Contact us on +231-880541746 or email us:   jamesmkartee@yahoo.com

Here is an extract from Youtube news

David Cameron assembled world leaders at a Downing Street “hunger summit” over the weekend. The UK, hopes to get commitments from other world leaders, and multinational firms, to help prevent 25 million children aged under five suffering stunted growth by the time of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He said it is known as a ‘silent crisis’

Some of the leaders and sporting greats attending the event included Vice President Michel Temer of Brazil – the host country of the Rio 2016 Olympics and Somali born British double Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah. Mo talked about his background and advantage through sport but the reality of starvation for children in Somalia

David Cameron ended the summit saying ‘the UK programme is to try and save 20 million children from malnutrition in next five years.

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VACATION SCHOOL KIDS ENJOY THEIR LESSONS AND

ENVIRONMENT

UPDATED JULY 14, 2012

CONTACT: +231-777209394 OR +231-880541-746    

EMAIL: jamesmkartee@yahoo.com

WITH LOVE FROM PAYNESVILLE, MONROVIA, LIBERIA

“I AM THE ROSE OF SHARON AND THE LILY OF THE VALLEY”(SOS 2:1)

Since June 20, 2012  Our academy has accepted 35 kids into its vacation school program. The project aims at reaching out to kids who have never been in school. We intend to provide writing and reading literacy  for those kids. Our community outreach program interviewed over 45 kids with the permission of their parents and we found out that many of the children have never been in school. Some are as old as 11yrs.old.  Parents  contributed their failure to educate their children due to extreme poverty and lack of employment opportunities. Well, despite the fact that our school has no support from any philanthropic organization or individual, we continue to accept God’s kids into our school. We are making these sacrifices because we have the obligation to reach out to God’s children with the message of Christ. It involves providing education for less fortunate children.We have the desires to help whatever the situation might be. We will always be there to take in those children who come and stand at the windows of our school while their friends are are in classes. Do you think we should close our eyes to such children. We say”NO.”

We invite you to be our partner by sponsoring the academy. Build a school for the children and we have it named after you. Do you? Call +231-777209394 or email us: jamesmkartee@yahoo.com

VACATION SCHOOL KIDS

FIRST TIME IN SCHOOL
VACATION SCHOOL KIDS ENJOYING THEIR TOYS

EXCITED KIDS DISPLAY THEIR TOYS

EXCITED KIDS DISPLAY THEIR TOYS

LEARNING TO COUNT

K2 KIDS LEARN TO COUNT

 JOYOUS FIRST GRADERS

JOYOUS FIRST GRADERS

THE ROSE OF SHARON CHRISTIAN ACADEMY GRADUATES SEVEN  KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS

The Rose of Sharon christian Academy graduated seven kindergarten

TOKPALON JOSHUA KARTEE (3YRS OLD)
GENTLEMAN OF THE YEAR 2011/2012

students on Sunday, June 10, 2012. the guest preacher on the occasion was the Rev. James Q. Manow, a graduate of the Gbarnga School of Theology, United Methodist University, Monrovia, Liberia. He spoke on duties of parents to children and children response to their parents. the text was taken from Ephesians 6:10.  Also speaking during the ceremony was the founder and principal of ROSCA, the Rev. James M. Kartee.  The principal asked the kids to fight hard in order to eradicate illiteracy in liberia. he stressed that illiteracy illiteracy is a disease that has kept Liberia backward. He admonished the students to   always take their lessons seriously and avoid laziness. speaking to the parents, the learned reverend cautioned them to be  careful how they handle their children. He said the best way to bring their children wads to lead to Jesus Christ. The ceremony was graced by over one hundred people.

THE DINNER PARTY

ROSCA STUDENTS FAREWELL DINNER

GRADUATES IN AFRICAN ATTIRES

GRADUATES IN AFRICAN ATTIRES

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