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First Family Life Church
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Pastor Rev Theo Bestman
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Pastor Rev. Nathan Kortu
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Liberian author-thinker I. Ezax Smith
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.
To read more about the author click on You can order a copy of Pillars of Life at this online bookstore: www.Xlibris.com
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."
A Night of Nations Celebration at ACBFC
HUSBAND AND WIFE BIG FIGHT
when a man has too many women, plenty palava results
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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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
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
Here are some easy and free ways to trick you into being healthy.
1.Relieve stress: (EXCHANGING GOOD OXYGEN.) Try taking 3 to 4 deep breaths three times a day. Think of a happiest moment in your life and laugh out loud every day. Watch your favorite comedy show once a week.
2.Weekly Exercises: Walking to work; park your car at the far end of the parking lot and walk to entrance of your job every day. Walk to shop; Park your car at the far end of parking lot and walk toward your favorite shopping center.
3.Eat your fruits and vegetables and watch your weight: Skip one meal; try the corn, sweet potato, carrots, grapes or oranges for a breakfast or Lunch. (Drink plenty of water)
FOR THE FAMILIES, FRIENDS AND RELATIVES OF LIBERIA
by Marie Scott RN, BSN
Easy Tricks Toward a Healthy Life Style
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 www.croi.org 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.
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
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.
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...more 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, .Full Story
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BY DIANE SMITH
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”....Full Story
BY JAMES HARDING GIAHYUE AND SALIOU SAMB
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. ......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 ....full story
The New Dawn (Monrovia)1 SEPTEMBER 2014
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. ...Full Story
Abdoul Raman Kamara
The Barnes and Kamara families regret to announce the passing of our son, brother, nephew, uncle and cousin, Abdoul Raman Kamara, on Saturday, August 16, 2014, at 8:15 am, in Paynesville, Montserrado County, after a brief illness following a fall...more
HOME GOING CEREMONY FOR THE LATE KAYMAH H. WARNER
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
September 13 & 14, 2014
Hundreds of Liberians and friends of Bishop & Mrs. Bennie D. Warner and family gathered in Oklahoma City at Quayle United Methodist Church to Pay their last respect and say their last farewell during the wake and funeral services for their daughter the late Kaymah Warner.
Many people came from across the United States and Liberia to sympathize with the family....Full Story
Liberian communities in the US battle Ebola on both sides of the Atlantic
By Ralph H. & Elizabeth Tubman - Zoebush Reporters
In the wake of the first Ebola case reported in Dallas Texas, United States, Liberians in the DFW Metroplex woke up Tuesday morning now forced to deal with the Ebola virus on two fronts. Since early May of 2014, the focus and concerns of all Liberians living in the states have been on how to help their families, fellow Liberians and their country fight the Ebola virus which has killed
more than 3,000 people in west Africa with the most hit country being Liberia where over half of the deaths have occurred.
Liberians across the United States and the world have been focusing on one thing and one thing only, how to help their people and families. Every day, since the outbreak, Liberians have been getting news about the death of their fellow citizens, friends, families and loves ones. There has been a kind of silent panic within every family because no one knows when the next call was going to come, telling them that their love one is seriously sick with no medical help available or the sad news of death.
Liberians in the diaspora has been dealing with this situation and at the same time have been following development in the country as it plays out on the media about the virus. Liberians have followed the news every day with the hope and expectation that the virus would be contained. It was very encouraging to see the international community with the United States taking the lead come in to help the people of Liberia and the other West African countries that are also experiencing the Ebola outbreak....Full Story
For Dea. Fredie R. Taylor Sr.
Family, friends, sympathizers and the community came together on Saturday October 4, 2014 to pay their last farewell to Deacon Fredie R. Taylor Sr. at the First Baptist Church of Irving, Texas. Mr. Taylor was born on March 26, 1922 and sunset on September 3, 2014 in Dallas Texas. The Late Deacon Taylor was blessed with 23 children. He leaves to mourn his loss 21 children, 91 grandchildren, 78 great grandchildren, 2 great- great grandchildren, one sister, Erma H. Taylor, a host of cousins and other relatives that will mourn his loss. His longtime and childhood friend Bishop Bennie gave the eulogy for his friend. Please click the link below to view pictures from the Funeral Service, the Interment and Repast.....Photos
North Carolina drugmaker provides experimental drug to Dallas Ebola patient
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A North Carolina drugmaker is providing its experimental antiviral drug to a Dallas patient being treated for Ebola, an emergency step authorized by the Food and Drug Administration.
Officials at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital said Monday that their patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, is in critical condition and being treated and being treated with brincidofovir,
an oral medicine developed by Chimerix Inc......Full Story In the wake of the revelation that the Dallas man infected with Ebola flew on United Airlines flights from Liberia, more than a few people have seized on a blunt response: Ban flights from West Africa. Rep. Ted Poe, R.-Texas, has written to the Centers for Disease Control asking it to recommend travel restrictions. Rep. Alan Grayson, D.-Fla., has called for a 90-day ban on travel from Ebola-touched ......Full Story
Mrs. Massa Kemokai Gray
It is with profound sadness that the Kemokai and Gray families announce the home going of their beloved mother, sister, aunt, and grandmother, Mrs. Massa Kemokai Gray. This sad event occurred on September 24, 2014 in Monrovia......more
Oct 9, 2014, 5:58 PM ET
By GILLIAN MOHNEY
The death of Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian man who was the first patient in the U.S. to die of Ebola, is stirring debate in the Dallas Liberian community about whether there has been a difference in the quality of treatment between American and African patients with Ebola at U.S. hospitals.
Stanley Gaye, president of the Liberia Community Association in Dallas, said people have contacted him about concerns that Duncan was treated differently “because he was African and not only that, he was Liberian.”
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital explained today in detail how they cared for Duncan, including assigning 50 people to help with Duncan's care and securing an entire intensive care unit for Duncan.
However, Gaye told ABC News that one of the biggest concerns expressed by the Liberian community was that Duncan was allowed to leave that hospital on Sept. 25 even though he had early Ebola symptoms and had told a nurse there that he had recently traveled from West Africa.