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Liberians In The Southwest Celebrate July 26 In Grand Style
July 26 In Texas
Liberian Churches
First Family Life Church

Arlington Christian Bible Fellowship
Pastor Rev Theo Bestman 

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Rev. Comfort W. Diggs  Pastor

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Pastor Rev. Nathan Kortu
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Liberian author-thinker I. Ezax Smith
Pillars of Life
Touching on the truth about life’s most important things with his eloquent pen, Liberian author-thinker I. Ezax Smith brings forward a chronicle that will open readers’ eyes to the real beauty and meaning of human existence.
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You can order a copy of Pillars of Life at this online bookstore:
A  Must Read By All Liberians
44th President Elect Barack Obama Makes History
Obama speaks as the first black president-elect, affirming that "change has come."

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A Night of Nations Celebration at ACBFC

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President Sirleaf Joins Scores of Other World Leaders, in Johannesburg, at State Memorial Service for Former South African President, Nelson Mandela
Tuesday, 10th December 2013

Johannesburg, South Africa - Her Excellency President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was on Tuesday among world leaders in attendance at the Memorial Service of South Africa's first
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LCA DFW Thanksgiving Photos
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
President of Liberia
LCA - DFW Metroplex
Inauguration of President Stanley Gaye
"Today I stand before you NOT as a politician. Today I stand before you NOT as a dictator. Today I stand before you NOT as one who Knows-It-All. Today I stand before you NOT as one who intends to use this office as a stepping stone for political office in Liberia.
Marylanders, Family & Friends honors
Mr. E. Henry Harmon
of Dallas Texas
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Ebola Outbreak
40th Day Fatwa
for Pa James & Ma Yata Massaquoi
Saturday, September 6, 2014
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Liberian Community Association prayed with Southside Church of Christ for Dr. Kent Brantly
Sunday  August 3, 2014
Members of the Liberian community Association of Dallas Metroplex came to Southside Church of Christ in Fort Worth Texas on Sunday morning to worship, pray and show solidarity with members, family and friends of Dr. Kent Brantly who contracted the deadly Ebola Disease while working in Liberia West Africa.

Dr. Kent Brantly is a Missionary from Southside Church of Christ who is working with Samaritan Purse to provide medical services to the people of Liberia. Dr. Brantly was helping to provide services to patients who were sick with the symptom of the Ebola disease when he got infected.  .Full Story
The outbreak of Ebola with a deadly report is on the rise in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia with no known cure at this time.  According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 90% of the people affected with this disease die from it.

Know the signs and symptoms of Ebola (hemorrhagic fever)
1.  Fever
2. Headache
3. Joint and Muscle aches
4 Vomiting and Diarrhea
5 Stomach pain
6. Weakness and lock of appetite
7. Sorethoat and difficulty swallowing
8. Cough
9. Hiccups
10.Red eyes
11. Rash
12. Bleeding from the nose and ears
13. Chest pain and difficulty breathing

These symptoms may occur any time from 2 days to 21 days after the person is exposed to the Ebola virus, therefore if anyone suspect   someone with 2 or more of the above symptoms, isolate the person right away and rush him or her to a nearby health care facility where laboratory test can be done to confirm the disease.

Timely treatment of Ebola is the only way one can survive from this deadly virus of Ebola.

Pass this information to all your Families, Friends and Relatives of Liberia.

Source: Center for Disease and Prevention.

by Marie Scott RN, BSN
Cece Massaquoi
We need your help to stop the spread of the Ebola virus in Liberia!

Pray for the people in Liberia and surrounding countries.
is a virus and it can be contained by applying some simple preventative measures that are used for common viruses. The infected area has a shortage of supplies vital to implementing these measures. To help stop the spread of Ebola we are collecting gloves, hand sanitizers, liquid soap, Clorox, disinfectant, wipes and sprays. Please support this cause. You can visit for your donation. Thanks for your prayers and donations. The need is urgent, please help us.
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The biggest and most complex Ebola outbreak in history is currently going on in Liberia, West Africa and surrounding countries. To date, more than 1300 people have been infected and more than 700 people have died. There is no vaccine for Ebola, however Ebola
Boston groups helping Liberia respond to Ebola outbreak
By Yasmeen Abutaleb  | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT   AUGUST 10, 2014

Liberians living in Boston are among those shipping medical supplies to Africa and educating people about the outbreak of Ebola
Every day, Saran Kaba Jones calls her family in Liberia to make sure they have not contracted the deadly Ebola virus ravaging the country. Her relatives have already seen several loved ones succumb to the virus, and they worry it’s a matter of time before it hits one of them.
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First Family Life Church
Annual Church Banquet

September 6, 2014 @630pm.

Venue: The Hugh Smith Recreation & Senior Center 
  1815 New York Ave.
  Arlington, Texas 76010.

Please come and support us with your presence and financial help towards our building fund project. May God continue to blessed you for your support always.


Building Fund Project, Committee Chair and Co-Chair Decon Albert Travell, and Rev.Mot. Juliana D. Johnson
Ebola crisis: Protesters attack Liberia quarantine centre          BBC News 17 August 2014 Last updated at 12:25 ET
A quarantine centre for suspected Ebola patients in the Liberian capital Monrovia has been attacked and looted by protesters, police say.

The incident happened in the densely populated West Point township on Saturday evening. At least 20 patients who were being monitored for signs of the illness have left the centre. Officials said blood-stained bedding looted from the centre posed a serious infection risk. The protesters were unhappy that patients were being brought in from other parts of the capital, the assistant health minister said.

Other reports suggested the protesters believed Ebola was a hoax and wanted to force the quarantine centre to close. The centre was set up to observe suspected Ebola patients and then transfer them to a main treatment centre if they prove positive, assistant health minister Tolbert Nyenswah told the BBC.
The crowd were reportedly angry that an Ebola isolation centre had been set up in their neighbourhood
A young American man died Wednesday in Liberia, where an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus has reached historic levels. But, his family said, it wasn't the disease that took his life.

Nathaniel Dennis from Columbia, Maryland died at Aspen Medical in Sinkor, Liberia after spending a week in a coma. His death followed a frantic battle by his family to evacuate the 24-year-old to better equipped medical facilities outside of Liberia, a task that proved impossible amid the region's Ebola outbreak even after he tested negative for the deadly disease.....more

Doctors in Liberia 'recovering after taking ZMapp'
19 August 2014 Last updated at 13:25 ET
Three doctors in Liberia with Ebola who started taking an experimental drug last Thursday are showing remarkable signs of improvement, a minister says.

ZMapp was first given earlier this month to two US aid workers, who were flown home for treatment from Liberia.
MONROVIA, Liberia –  Liberia's president declared a curfew and ordered security forces to quarantine a slum home to at least 50,000 people late Tuesday as the West African country battled to stop the spread of Ebola in the capital.The measures came as authorities said that three health workers in the country who received an experimental drug for the disease are showing signs of recovery, though medical experts caution it is not certain if the drug is effective. ..
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Kaymah H. Warner

The Family of Kaymah H. Warner regrets to inform you that she passed away after a brief illness in Oklahoma City, OK on Wednesday, August 13, 2014.

Kaymah is survived by her parents, Bishop Bennie D. & Anna H. Warner; sister, Mardea Warner; brother, Bennie D Warner Jr. (Cheri); brother, Philip Warner (Andrea); a host of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives.

Funeral arrangements for Kaymah are as follows:

Friday, Sept. 12, 2014
7:30 – 10pm.

Both are being held at Quayle United Methodist Church
5001 N. Everest Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73111

Bishop Bennie and Mrs. Warner 405-488-7368, 405-812-3733
Mardea Warner 315-479-5757
Becky Warner 916-271-4048
Sharon Nagbe 770-289-4111
Melvin Maycole 405-206-6646
Roberta "Neicie" Neal

Funeral Service:
Saturday, September 13, 2014
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North Texas Liberians collect donations for West Africa


North Texas Liberians, some of whose families have been affected by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, are watching and waiting, afraid to hear from home, as they look for ways to help family, friends and communities.

“Any time you hear that phone ring, and you look on there, and it’s a number from Liberia, my heart goes, ‘Oh, God, please,’ ” said Elizabeth Tubman, an Arlington resident who has lived in the United States for about 20 years. Tubman has three sisters and extended family in Liberia.

An estimated 5,000 people with Liberian ties live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, leaders of the Liberian Community Association of Dallas/Fort Worth said.

The group has set up an emergency appeal for donations on its website

“People are dying every day,” said Stanley Gaye, president of the Liberian Community Association of Dallas/Fort Worth. “You don’t know who has the sickness.”

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has been described as one of the largest in history. The disease is suspected in 1,552 deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Albert Travell, an Arlington resident with family in Liberia, said he has lost seven relatives.

Travell said he believes that when a niece got sick and died, relatives thought she had malaria and didn’t take precautions when they prepared her body for burial.

Later, six relatives got Ebola. Travell said he doesn’t know how his niece initially contracted the virus.”....Full Story

Celebration in Liberia slum as Ebola quarantine lifted
MONROVIA/CONAKRY Sat Aug 30, 2014 5:39pm EDT
(Reuters) - Crowds sang and danced in the streets of a seaside neighborhood in Liberia on Saturday as the government lifted quarantine measures designed to contain the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.

Faced with the worst Ebola outbreak in history, West African governments have struggled to find an effective response. More than 1,550 people have died from the hemorrhagic fever since it was first detected in the forests of Guinea in March.

Residents of the impoverished seaside district of West Point in Monrovia were forcibly cut off from the rest of the capital in mid-August after a crowd attacked an Ebola center there, allowing the sick to flee.

The quarantine sparked protests and security forces responded with tear gas and bullets, killing a teenaged boy......Full Story

Scrubs: check. Gum boots: check. Gloves: check. Tychem suit: check. Mask: check. Hood: check. Apron: check. Goggles: check. Gloves again: check. "Ready?" I ask the Liberian nurse assisting me. She shakes her head and grabs a small strip of duct tape, covering the space between my hood and goggles where a thin slice of skin was showing. "Now ready," she replies.

The temperature in Monrovia is just over 80, the humidity even higher. I feel the sweat collecting between my skin and suit, pooling in my boots and along the bottom of my goggles as I slowly follow the
physician training me into the high-risk zone of the world's largest Ebola treatment center. It feels far more like scuba diving through a hot spring than beginning morning rounds in a hospital, but that is exactly what we are doing.
A few moments later, I meet my very first patient with Ebola, a young man who had wandered away from his bed during the night and is now lying on the ground near the edge of the high-risk zone. He is tired and confused. He doesn't know where he is, or why there are two men in space suits towering over him. The physician with me calmly reassures him, and together we help lift him to his feet and guide him back to his thin mattress in one of the large white tents serving as an Ebola ward. He is profoundly weak, and as we walk, I notice that his pants are soaked through with diarrhea, a hallmark of the disease. ....full story
The New Dawn (Monrovia)
Liberia: Ellen Rejects WHO's Prediction
President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has rejected the World Health Organization's prediction that the Ebola outbreak in West Africa could infect more than 20,000 people before it is brought under control.

President Sirleaf, who chairs the National Ebola Taskforce here, said her objection to the experts'  outside Monrovia.
prediction does not imply that her government doesn't respect them, but argued that projections could be proven wrong, especially "When one has the will and commitment to overcome a battle."

She spoke on Saturday, August 30, when she visited the C.H. Rennie Hospital in Kakata City, Margibi County, just after witnessing the discharging of a Congolese Doctor Sengo Omeoga, and a Liberian Physician Assistant, Kandy Kobah, who survived treatment at the ELWA Hospital in Paynesville,......Full Story