Missionaries in Sierra Leone Provide Aid to Disease Victims

Photo Credit: Lindsay Stark
Photo Credit: Lindsay Stark

Sierra Leone (Christian Aid Mission/Mission Network News) Authorities recently lifted a ban so native missionaries could travel and minister freely in this disease-ravaged country. There is more to do than anyone could imagine.

“We cannot turn a blind eye,” a native mission leader said. “Many children have become orphans as a result of the Ebola invasion into Sierra Leone.”

The good news is that native missionaries now can travel openly to areas of desperate need.

“We are planning a way forward and prayerfully anticipate how God will strengthen and support us as we care for people in the post-Ebola period,” the leader said. “There is so much need among survivors, especially for the orphans and widows.”

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