The Wesleyan Church of North America has shown great generosity to the people and Wesleyans of West Africa as they battle Ebola.
Rev. Dr. Usman Fornah, national superintendent of The Wesleyan Church in Sierra Leone, recently visited the United States. He gives an update on the latest regarding the dread disease. He also extends a deep gratitude for North American Wesleyans and their prayers, financial contributions, and care and compassion towards those specifically in Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Rev. Dr. Fornah says Ebola is not just a West Africa crisis. And in order to overcome it, he believes we cannot depend solely on doctors and medicine. We must rely on prayer to change the course of the disease.