James wrote this week to share about how things are “on the ground.” He has many start-ups happening with meetings, training, tutorials and broadcasts in their continued efforts to push back Ebola. Because of the ebola crisis all schools
Just as there are encouraging signs emerging from the greenhouse, (see While we pray, we build greenhouses) there are also encouraging news regarding the fight against Ebola.
Ten months into the worst Ebola outbreak in recorded history there are many wondering where all this will end. Reading theories on the origins of Ebola and looking at international responses I am also wondering, where will all this end. As of today, the greatest causalities
Never before has a crisis asked so much of us Every day we live to see more of its loss And as we live We are all asked to give It has asked of us money
I just dropped off some rice and beans for pastor Douglas. I need to do the same for another pastor who will assist some needy members in their community…Tomorrow I will be purchasing more rice to assist teachers who are not receiving pay because of the shut down and their school cannot afford to pay them….
Click on these links to see photos: When you go out in Monrovia these days, people are not so likely to be taking taxis but walking. Also, there are teams of men in hazmat suits collecting dead bodies. Good news is the Ministry of Health got some new vehicles to help with Ebola problems.
Dearest praying friends, For a few days now, it has been impressed upon me to write you another short report. Personally, I am feeling quite well. Thank God!! My 21 days will be up on Friday.
While we are praying, we are finding ways to keep our community youth busy and put something small in their pockets. Richard brought a load of red dirt to make our road entrance safe. The others spread the dirt. This is helpful for everyone who drives down our road. James
I feel better today. The Lord is at work. I feel lighter today because I am carrying His yoke. The team spent most of the morning
On Tuesday James wrote: When I woke up early this morning (Tuesday) at 3:45 am, there was only one thing on my heart, Prayer. I meditated for awhile, then I got up a fews minutes after 4 and started praying. After prayer, I went back to bed. At 6:14 am, I was awakened by a…
EFCCM Mission, Liberia, West Africa: Since February we have been watching the growing Ebola problem in West Africa. Today over 1000 people have died from “the world’s worse hemorrhagic fever with no known cure.” Another 1600 are infected with the Ebola Virus. Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia are all struggling to contain the spread.
August 1, 2014 Dear friends, Many of you have heard of some of the recent challenges to combat the Ebola Virus outbreak in West Africa and treat those who have contracted it. The reports we hear are difficult to put into perspective