“I thank my God!” Liberian Baptist president Olu Menjay said after attending a World Health Organization ceremony declaring the country is Ebola-free.

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A proposal to declare Liberia a Christian nation is fomenting division between a Christian majority and Muslim minority in a country accustomed to civil war.

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While the war against Ebola isn’t over in Liberia, its spread has been contained enough for the country’s president to relax a 3 ½-month-old state of emergency.

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Wednesday, 05 November 2014 11:30

If fear wins the day

Courageous acts in the face of Liberia’s Ebola crisis.

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Monday, 03 November 2014 12:42

Black Baptists in U.S. take on Ebola

A coalition of major African-American denominations has issued a call for fnancial and spiritual warfare against Ebola outbreaks in Libera, Sierra Leone and Guinea.

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Col. Charles Reynolds is in Liberia to minister to U.S. military and civilian peronnel who are working to eradicate the deadly virus.

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Calls for prayer are rising along with the need for medical and financial assistance in West Africa, where the Ebola virus has killed more than 700 and sickened many more.

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Mercer University professor Richard Wilson finally began work Feb. 17 as president of the Liberia Baptist Theological Seminary after arriving in the country Jan. 4 to find it had been shut down.

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Friday, 07 February 2014 13:12

Report: Liberian seminary ordered closed

A Mercer University professor named interim president of a Baptist seminary in Liberia is walking into controversy.

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