Fayiah S. Tamba is a graduate of Liberia Baptist Theological Seminary in Paynesville City, a region of Monrovia, Liberia, and is currently pursuing a master's degree in business at a university in Beijing. He is from Foya in Lofa County, Liberia.
Christianity in China is growing at a rate not seen since the 1930s. Despite political restrictions and regulations on constructing church buildings, Christians adapt to meeting in hotels or private premises for worship services. […]Read More
If you plan to study abroad and are married, you should weigh the challenges and sacrifices on your marriage and family. However, the long-term benefits may outweigh the short-term loneliness and struggles. […]Read More
Should we obey people rather than God? Who is the higher authority of our lives? Ephesians 6:1 has often been misapplied by many parents to justify negative instructions to children, and I’ve witnessed this for some time now in Liberia. These parents impose and demand that the children must obey because the biblical injunction commands, […]Read More
There are five positive things you must know that Liberia’s efforts to address the Ebola crisis reinforces in the nation. Though more can be observed and recorded, these are the most important happenings that have gripped my attention. 1. Personal hygiene and sanitation. Liberians, in most homes and public places, are continuing the regular practice […]Read More
Is this Liberia? No, things have changed. “There are those who look at things the way they are, and ask why … I dream of things that never were, and ask why not?” So said Robert F. Kennedy as a way to describe his passion for positive change. Amid the peculiarity of happenings in Liberia, […]Read More
As Liberia makes gradual progress toward the eradication of Ebola, there is another emerging challenge for all Liberians and for people around the world. Something striking and humiliating that can be called “Ebola discrimination” is causing post-traumatic stress, division and animosity among Liberians and many identified as the African Diaspora. The World Health Organization (WHO), […]Read More