A shaky Liberia is a sign of renewed hope

By Alexander Redd God brings radical change to a nation of people when He allows them to experience rocky and painful situations. When God declared through Prophet Haggai that He would involve Himself in a graphic and visible way to shake things up by disrupting the normalcy of life, the Israelites were on the cusp […]

Liberian pastors flogged for spreading gospel

Liberian police have arrested and charged seven persons who allegedly flogged three pastors for promoting salvation and preaching against their community’s traditional practices. They were charged with felonious restraint, criminal conspiracy, terrorist threat, aggravated assault, harassment, among others and are awaiting court trial. Reports said the police confirmed the incident happened early August. Community youths reportedly held and brutalized […]

We can do better for Liberia

By Alexander Redd During many conversations with fellow compatriots concerning progress in our homeland, they usually paint a bleak picture. They see a country on path of steady decline – instead of gainful progress. They cite incompetent leadership across all functions of societal strata. Common among the list of impediments they often express toward national […]

God is Liberia’s hope for genuine recovery

By Alexander Redd Inherently, framers of the Liberian Constitution wholeheartedly proclaimed the birth and survival of the Republic of Liberia solely on the gracious reliance and guidance of the one and true Divine God (not many gods). For Christians, the Constitution’s Preamble that acknowledges and proclaims this reality, is the manifestation of fundamental principles and […]

Fear not Covid-19 but God

By Alexander Redd When we see people stream to supermarkets and other stores to stock up on anything they can find, we are reminded of two things: brevity of life and brewing fear and anxiety. In hindsight, many thought of COVID-19 outbreak would be only a Chinese problem. As death toll globally grew, a palpable […]

Liberia needs a heart transplant

By Alexander Redd INTRODUCTION We are witnessing a unique fractured time in our nation’s history. It is not our worst, but far from our best. Only together in oneness of spirit and heart that we will rebuild the trust we seem to have lost in each other. Our affection for the rule of law conflates […]

How the church can change Liberia

  By Alexander Redd, Th.D   As events unfold in Liberia over the years, we are witnessing the devolution of a nation. It doesn’t matter which side of the political aisle you rest, Liberia is increasingly becoming a divided nation as signs of disunity and conflicts abound. From family breakdowns, violence, economic meltdowns to the […]

Family Worship Center celebrates 6th anniversary

Sweden-based Family Worship Center will this weekend celebrate its 6th anniversary in the city of Gothenburg. According to information provided by the church, led by Pastor Ola Abiodun Oluayo and his wife, gospel musician Modupeola Oluayo, the festivities kick off on Friday evening with a service at 6 pm at the edifice at Bergsjödalen 57 while another […]

The problem with Liberian public education

There is a popular saying that religion has no place in public schools or any other public sphere. This idea is propagated under the guise of “the separation of church and state.” This false notion has influenced Liberian state education, and it has subjected itself to purge religious literacy out of public school learning curriculum, […]

27 days of fast and prayer in Gothenburg

A 27-day fast and prayer program organized by the Family Worship Center (FWC) in Gothenburg, Sweden kicked off on January 7 with the aim to seek the face of God in the new year. FWC’s Pastor Ola Oluayo told Nordic Africa News that “it is a new year and we believe that we don’t have […]