- Looking for Independence from Western Funds, African Methodists Turn to FarmingChurch agricultural initiative is supporting rice, corn, pigs, and other crops from Liberia to Mozambique.Français
- Died: John K. Yambasu, Methodist Bridge-Builder and African LeaderThe Sierra Leone bishop convened a pivotal roundtable to resolve longstanding UMC divisions over LGBT issues.
- Prayer amid PandemicEpisode 15|20minThe Christian Teens Who Took on the Spread of EbolaHow young people in Sierra Leone stepped up when an epidemic broke out.
- Prayer Vigil Buried by Sierra Leone Mudslide That Killed 1,000Freetown churches grapple with tragedy in capital city.
- Do They Know It's Christmas in Sierra Leone? Ebola Cancels CelebrationsDeadly disease brings a bit more accuracy to much-maligned Band Aid advocacy song.
- Why the Ebola Crisis Needs a More Biblical ResponseMinistry leaders empower West African Christians to do what no government or hospital can do.
- Medical Missionaries' Ebola Pullback: No More Kent Brantlys?As ministries report record interest in serving, Samaritan's Purse shifts strategy on what expat doctors do.
- Over 25,000 Ebola Orphans at RiskChurches join effort to care for vulnerable children who have lost one or both parents in West Africa.
- Ebola and the Clean Water CrisisHow Christian orgs in Africa are shifting from development to emergency relief to help fight the outbreak.
- The Abolitionists’ ScandalWilliam Wilberforce and the Clapham Sect founded Sierra Leone, then tolerated a form of slavery there, a new book reveals.