A School for Liberia

By Andrew McChesney, Adventist Mission

B.Darlington Teah grew up in a Christian church where his father was a deacon and his mother prayed for ill members.

Mother was very dedicated to the church, but Father was not so committed. He belonged to a secret society and, when Darlington was 7, he invited the boy to become a member.

“Son, your great-grandfather and other ancestors were members,” he said. “You should join so you can replace me when I die.”

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