Ebola: The Gift that Came Wrapped as a Plague
In 2014, Nyamah Dunbar left her job with The United Methodist Church to return to her native Liberia. She planned to launch an agribusiness but the Ebola epidemic brought everything to a halt. However, as her fields lay fallow, "God was busy sowing seeds of faith.”
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This video was first posted in July 3, 2015.
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