In memory of Moise Mamy, 170 children in Guinea will have a better environment to learn and hear the name of Jesus.
Today’s post is written by CAMA worker Stephen Albright serving in Guinea. There are zero active cases of Ebola in West Africa. Yet, there is still a chance the virus remains in the fluids of those who have somehow recovered. This disease could reappear for a survivor at any given moment—even a year after being […]
It’s always exciting to write about successes and accomplishments, but it’s never pleasant to share setbacks or disappointments. Often we avoid the latter and miss out on the prayer support and encouragement that can come from being transparent. Because of CAMA’s commitment to transparency, we share the following update. Many of you know that 2014 […]
Today’s post is adapted from an update by Jon Erickson, a CAMA Global Partner who serves in Guinea under CAMA Zending, the mission arm of The Alliance in the Netherlands. It was originally posted on The Alliance’s web site. One of my favorite things about my work is conducting evangelistic outreaches in Guinea’s villages like the one pictured here. This […]
Update 1/15/2015: The Albrights returned to Conakry on January 14, 2015. Please continue to pray for them and the Guinean national church as they work together to raise awareness of Ebola. The goal of effective relief work is to meet people’s basic needs in times of calamity while offering compassionate care and hope for the future. […]