Short-Term Missionary Arrives Safely in Liberia

Northern Ireland missionary Joanne Greer greets Christina Logan at the Roberts International Airport, in Liberia, West Africa shortly after Christina's arrival to the country.

Northern Ireland missionary Joanne Greer greets Christina Logan at the Roberts International Airport, in Liberia, West Africa shortly after Christina’s arrival to the country.

MONROVIA, Liberia—Christina Logan, a short-term missionary, arrived this evening into Monrovia, Liberia, shortly before 8pm GMT after departing from Belfast, Northern Ireland, her home country.

Miss Logan left Northern Ireland on Wednesday and stayed over night in London to catch an early flight with Brussels Airlines to Monrovia via Freetown, Sierra Leone.

On the flight she sat next to two Reformed Baptist missionaries who offered to help with transportation in Liberia, if needed.

Miss Logan will be spending just over four months in the country helping Ulster missionary Joanne Greer, who has been in Liberia for nearly four years.

“I’m happy to have Christina here,” Greer said. “There is so much work to do among the children, that it will be nice to have an extra person.”

Miss Greer said that Christiana will be helping with the children’s work both in Balla Creek and Paynesville, and possibly in Rivercess since Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) is soon to start flights into Charlie Town, the village where one of the Free Presbyterian mission churches is located.