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Thank you for visiting the Footprints Missions website! We’re glad you’re here.

Footprints Missions is an organization endeavoring to follow in the steps of Christ by reaching out to the sick and oppressed people in our community and world. This site is a road map of the exciting adventure that God has been leading us on and continues to unfold before us. Take a look and perhaps you too will be inspired to join the adventure.

Our history includes trips to medical needs of the people of Sierra Leone at Magbenteh Hospital.

June 29th, 2018,  the Makankisa Child Care Centre in Yele, Sierra Leone was opened. The Centre is at capacity and now serves 20 orphaned children.

Read the Latest Reports from The Team

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Footprints Missions

We are an outreach mission serving the needs of people around the world in a variety of ways to the glory of God.

From Joseph at the Child Care Centre in Sierra Leone:"As the 2020/2021 academic year has come to an end, all government schools in Sierra Leone have shut down for holidays since Friday, 16th July, 2021. 👏In summary, out of the 18 orphaned children in Primary school, 16 had academic year passes; while 2 failed and will have to repeat both in class 3 (Mahawa Kanu and Aruna Kanu)👏The good news is, Samuel Kanu took 1st position in class 4 for 1st term, 2nd term and 3rd term. He received an award of books and praises from the school authorities.👏For the secondary school children, Abdul Bangura had a pass and was promotedIn order to help the weak children and even the sharp children to improve in their academic work and to avoid idleness during the holidays, I have decided to conduct a one-month Summer school for the Orphaned children at our Center and the Community Children.👏The Summer school started, 21st July, 2021 to end 21st August, 2021.👏The Teachers are:1. Sullay Thullah2. Saffie Sesay3. Monique (ALMA Student from USA)👍We saw an increase in the number of children attending the summer school classes in one day; from 27 to 38 children today. More children came from the community today. ... See MoreSee Less
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