Jo Anne Lyon interviews Carrie Jo Cain, a registered nurse who serves in Sierra Leone. Find out why both Lyon and Kind believe 2016 is a pivotal year for the country in West Africa.
Rev. Moses Frederick Khanu, of Sierra Leone, highlights stories of thankfulness in a country with a vibrant Wesleyan ministry.
The World Health Organization has announced Sierra Leone–a country which accounted for nearly half of all cases during the epidemic–is Ebola-free! Wesleyans can continue to help, post-Ebola.
Part of the Ebola battle strategy has centered on establishing Community Care Centers: new medical facilities located closer to the people to receive and care for the sick.
Ambulance driver Mohamed Conteh knows the importance of putting others’ needs first. One day, in the thick of the Ebola crisis in West Africa, Mohamed picked up a sick woman. He then got sick himself.
World Hope International has been a key player in the fight against Ebola in West Africa. Read specifics on what WHI has done to help.
The Ebola battle enters its final phase in Sierra Leone. There is good news, but the heroic Ebola fighters risk their lives and need the tools to finish the job amidst the trauma and hunger.
An Atlas Productions video documents “Ebola Fighters,” brave heroes of the African disease outbreak. World Hope International and The Wesleyan Church have partnered to tell the story.
The Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund is helping send several shipping containers supplying the ongoing Ebola battle in Sierra Leone. This flying drone video records the arrival of a container.
Have you read the most-clicked stories posted on Wesleyan.org in 2014?
World Hope Organization reports that Sierra Leone remains the worst-affected country in regards to Ebola. But Wesleyans are making a difference in helping fight the disease.
Sierra Leone President Ernest Bai Koroma asked the nation to carry out a week of fasting and prayer to end the Ebola virus epidemic, as nearly 3,000 have died in recently months.
Time magazine named Ebola caregivers as its 2014 “People of the Year.” Carrie Jo Cain and our Wesleyan medical staff are among those workers. Read how Mary survived the dread disease.
Once called the “Dark Continent,” the light of the gospel is reaching into the hearts of these great nations in Africa.
Rev. Usman Fornah invited the “moray man” to a pastors gathering, knowing full well this could result in each of them being executed. The sorcerer agreed to attend.
We got to wondering if maybe we should begin practicing this financial intentionality with what we have already.
News from the Ebola battle front from WHI highlights medical operations, delivery of food and water, community sensitization, and specific prayer needs. Carrie Jo Cain returned to Africa on Oct. 29.
The chief medical officer of Kamakwie Wesleyan Hospital in Sierra Leone reports firsthand on the fight against Ebola, even sharing some survival stories.
Jo Anne Lyon joins a handful of faith leaders who gather with President Obama’s senior officials at the White House to discuss the Ebola crisis.
Please accept great thanks for your many prayers and financial gifts to help fight the good fight against Ebola. While the news grows worse, we can report some good news also.
NEW EBOLA VIDEO: World Hope International has ordered a new ambulance for help in treating Ebola patients in West Africa, and other news in the fight against the disease.
RVER group improving Houghton, N.Y., a Minnesota nurse travels to Ebola-ravaged Sierra Leone, Indiana college students pay hefty tip to delivery man, and more.
Bob and Brenda Bagley, Africa area director for Global Partners, report on the latest from Africa, including news from national conferences and more about the Ebola crisis in the west.
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.