Justus Reeves, the executive secretary of the Liberia Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention (LBMEC), who is based in Monrovia, Liberia, and William R. Slocum, pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Caldwell, Liberia, are on the front lines of the world's worst Ebola outbreak. Because of the deadly outbreak, the LBMEC has donated bags of food to counties and a hospital in need, and also prepares and distributes meals to Ebola patients. We asked Reeves and Slocum to share what it's really like to be in a country officially in a state of emergency.
HuffPost: Can you tell us more about what the LBMEC is, and how it is helping the people of Liberia during this time?
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