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He is known as The Zombie Smasher and he is making his way to Turnbuckle Turmoil for the first time. Rexx Reed is a standout in the state of Texas where he has competed against some of the best talent in the world as they pass through the area. He's definately one independent star you should take the time to learn about so pull up a chair and listen to what this man has to say.
Ebola, Staten Island Emergency Doctor, Ishmael Griffin Shares information.
The largest Liberian community outside Monrovia is in Staten Island, New York.
Concerns about Ebola have forced many in the community to cancel their trips back home, but some have left the US before the outbreak and their return sparks fear about the risk of an outbreak in New York.
Among the biggest concerns is whether the outbreak could spread to the United States after two American missionaries contracted Ebola in Liberia.
According to an infectious disease specialist with Staten Island University Hospital, it is highly unlikely.
"We aren't at risk of having an Ebola epidemic in America," said Dr. Ambreen Khalil. "Eighty to 90 percent of people die from Ebola, but it's not an American disease."
In Little Liberia, Jalloh is not alone in her concern. Many Liberian-Americans share her fears. Momo Fully, a father of four, lost his cousin to Ebola in August. He worries the disease, which has killed more than 3,000 people in West Africa, could take hold in the United States.
“People go back and forth all the time. There’s always the possibly of Ebola coming to America and spreading,” he said.
Health experts stress that despite the first Ebola diagnosis on U.S. soil, chances of an outbreak are very slim, given the far superior hospital services here.
We are continuing our topic on the State of The Church.
Join Ms. E when she interviews Ms. Valerie Lambert, Founder & Director of Women Inspiring Girls to Grow, Inc.
WIGG, Inc. is a non-profit mentoring agency whose mission is to help at risk, middle and high school girls obtain a college degree through mentorship, life skills training and professional development.
WIGG's pledge is:
"To be the conduit that helps transform young women's dreams into reality"
This week Mark chats with his Florida based friend D Reed Smith. Reed is part of the amazing team at The Gulf Breeze Recovery Center. The Centre helps people recover from addiction issues using the 3 Principles psychology solely.
Reed Verdesoto serves as worship pastor in Student Ministries and is also known for his enthusiastic worship leading on Saturday nights. Reed joined the ACAC staff a few years ago, but most do not know much about Reed and his story - including the host - so John has invited Reed to be on the show to learn more about how the Lord has shaped and used him at ACAC and beyond.