The deadliest Ebola outbreak in history continues to spread throughout Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea in West Africa. The World Health Organization reports that the virus has killed at least 2,630 people and infected at least 5,357 people in the region.
As the crisis grows worse, the Church of the Nazarene in Liberia and Sierra Leone is working to contain the deadly disease. Churches are hosting prevention education workshops in their communities. They are also distributing buckets, chlorine, and hand sanitizers to stop the spread of Ebola. Thousands of people are benefitting through the efforts in more than 140 churches in Liberia and more than 40 churches and preaching points in Sierra Leone. Support the response of the Church of the Na... Read more