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People around the world are panicking over the potential spread of Ebola--especially those who live in West Africa where the outbreak is centered.  As believers, it's wise to be informed and excercise caution, but we should avoid fear (2 Timothy 1:7) and worry (Philippians 4:6).  That's why TWR's work in West Africa is vitally important.  Abdoulaye Sangho, TWR's Director for Central and West Africa, says TWR is airing programs which not only talk about the prevention of the virus but also share the hope and peace that's found through Jesus.

Click here to learn more about TWR's work in West Africa

(Photo of Abdoulaye Sangho, TWR's Director for Central and West Africa)