By Dorothy Blie

Samaritan’s Purse served the people of Liberia before the Ebola crisis that is highlighted in the new movie FACING DARKNESS, which can be seen in theaters only on March 30. And Samaritan’s Purse is still serving the people of Liberia. Here’s one small example sent to us straight from Liberia …


It is always a blessing to visit the field and see projects that are away from your comfort zone. But it becomes more than an abundant blessing to see the expression on the faces of children when they are told that they are precious jewels in the sight of God. This was how I felt on my visit to River Gee County in the town called Woffiken.


Kids between the ages of one and fifteen were part of this event and were basking in the light of love, concern, and attention shown by Samaritan’s Purse staff in sharing the love of Jesus. I was touched by the level of attention they gave the team and their answers to questions. It brought tears to my eyes to see these children saying Bible verses and giving answers to Biblical stories despite their environment.

I pray that other isolated places across Liberia, where there are lots of little angels, will get to experience this great love of Jesus Christ through Samaritan’s Purse.