Liberia: From Behind the Camera Eye
Some of the young boys at Liberia Mission hamming it up for the camera.
A normal scene at a Liberian school: Overcrowded, under supplied and poor construction.
My wife Clarisa reading to Roland N’Gaufan after surgery. Roland is one of our mission children.
Hands clutched in prayer by young Liberian girls asking for peace and hope for their country.
Our beautiful mission girls celebrating Christmas in 2009.
More young boys from Liberia Mission mugging for the camera.
The color original that became the cover to “Memoirs of a Reluctant Servant”.
A stock photo of Liberian children at an IDP camp. The boy’s neon green shirt says it all.
Never again. The bullets fell like rain and solved nothing.
The Lone Star of Liberia. It may be ripped and torn but it is on the rise again.
Downtown Monrovia still in ruins eight years after the end of the second civil war.
The children of Liberia deserve better than this.
“How can I turn away? Brother, sister go dancing through my head. Human as to human, they future is no place to place your better days” – “Cry Freedom” – The Dave Matthews Band
Liberia’s children were stolen, drugged and given guns bigger than themselves and taught to kill. Over 75,000 Liberians lost their childhoods because of men like Samuel K. Doe and Charles Taylor. Remember them and all exploited children around the world in your prayers.
Life in Liberia is hard, everyday, everyway.