Memoirs of a Reluctant Servant: Two years of Triumph and Sorrow in Liberia, Africa

Memoirs of a Reluctant Servant: Two years of Triumph and Sorrow in Liberia, Africa
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Liberia, Africa was a country that has turn into synonymous with corruption, poverty and death. Samuel K. Doe and Charles Taylor was a warlord who was shaved as soon as stunning country and brought terror against innocent Liberians. Author Jerome McCabe off the plane in September 2008 in the unknown world of West Africa and Liberia. With his wife, Clarisa he arrived in the country torn by war and sorry to serve as a Catholic missionary for 1 year.
God had other plans.
“Memoirs of a reluctant servant” is a chronicle of the triumphs and sorrows suffered by Cabe where he served in Liberia. Questions about faith, truth and self-sacrifice has been steady and sometimes massive obstacles in his path whilst living in the country. This is a compelling and tragic account of death and destruction that swept across Liberia from 1980 to 2003 under two civil wars and what makes the Catholic mission to rebuild the country and save their youngsters. < Memoirs of a Reluctant Servant: Two years of Triumph and Sorrow in Liberia, Africa

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