In Ebola-Ravaged Liberia, Churches Serve As A Last Gathering Place

The Washington Post’s Lenny Bernstein reports, “Formal gatherings of any kind are discouraged in Liberia these days” due to the Ebola virus, but churchgoers continue to gather and appeal to divine intervention. Aside from praying, churches are also making medical efforts to keep Ebola from spreading within their congregations. “It is true that most Liberians, they deny the issue of Ebola. But as for me … I read about it,” Bishop J. Allan Klayee said.

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