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Called for Life

How Loving Our Neighbor Led Us into the Heart of the Ebola Epidemic
Length: 7 hrs and 3 mins
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Dr. Kent and Amber Brantly (with David Thomas) tell of Dr. Brantly's near-death encounter with the Ebola virus in Liberia. The first American diagnosed during the 2014 outbreak, Dr. Brantly's ordeal - including his controversial evacuation to and hospitalization in the United States - received worldwide media attention. Interspersed in the account is the full story of how both Kent and his wife, Amber, sought to serve others in the name of Christ in Liberia. Then, when tragedy struck - as thousands, perhaps millions of people worldwide prayed for his life - miraculous events unfolded that resulted in Dr. Brantly's flight to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta...and an eventual clean bill of health.

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Amazing! I love this book. Kent and Amber are amazing people! Praise the Lord for Kent's recovery. May their story bless the people of Liberia with better healthcare and a belief in Jesus.

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What A Story!

As a Public Health major, the Ebola crisis in west Africa is udder horror to me. This book highlights relationship between patients and their care providers. As well as how Hope, love, compassion and faith are equally as relevant in the medical field. Would recommend to any one, religious or not.