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Having faith in God and trusting in Psalm 91:7, Mr. Morris trekked 38 dangerous miles from Monrovia to Harbel, Firestone, to rescue his family trapped in the fighting between Government and rebel forces in 1990. Miracles in the Liberian Civil War emerged to testify that anyone who trusts in God and His Word can be delivered. Mr. Morris and his wife, Benetta, resettled in the United States in 1999 with their five children – Jonetta, Jonathan, Jr., Ngaynia, Mazoe and Doma Morris – where God has continued to bless them. Jonetta earned Masters in Public Health from Loma Linda University, California in 2015; Ngaynia earned Masters in Divinity at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan; Jonathan, Jr. and Mazoe received Bachelors each in Theology and Biology respectively from Oakwood University, Huntsville, Alabama; and Doma completed Edina High School and he is an undergraduate at Rochester College, Rochester, Minnesota. Ngaynia is serving as a local Pastor in the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Kansas City, Kansas while Jonathan, Jr. is working on his Masters in Divinity at Andrews University. The Morris’ live in Edina, Minnesota. Mrs. Morris works as Healthcare Assistant with Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, and Mr. Morris worked nearly 10 years with Hennepin County, State of Minnesota, before becoming CEO of Community Health and Education Assistance program, a nonprofit created in 2013, based in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota serving the immigrant community, individuals and low income families.
Miracles in the Liberian Civil War – PAPERBACK
Format: Paper Back
Published Date: November 2, 2023