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January 16, 2009

Revisiting Liberia’s Horrors

Wilson Fallah Our friend Christina Holder reported yesterday in the Washington Times about the horrors many Liberians still relive, five years after the country's 14-year civil war subsided. Just a few weeks ago, she reported on Liberians who sell water for a living.

Christina, a former Prison Fellowship employee who has spent the past six months in Liberia, has seen her fair share of suffering in the faces of those she has grown to love. She writes on her blog:

As we walk through life feeling the brokenness of a fallen world, it sometimes is hard to get a clear view of God's justice. We want our pain redeemed quickly. We want our hurts erased immediately. We want the small ways we feel that we have been wronged to be vindicated in big ways.

(Image © Christina Holder for the Washington Times)

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