Executive Producer of "Facing Darkness," Franklin Graham says he questioned God after Dr. Kent Brantly was infected with Ebola while serving for Samaritan's Purse in West Africa.
"Facing Darkness" hits theaters for one night only on March 30 and tells the true story of two American aid workers in West Africa stricken with the deadly Ebola virus and the race against time to get them home and treated.
Samaritan's Purse President Franklin Graham says Ebola caught international attention when American workers Dr. Brantly and nurse Nancy Writebol became infected.
"To be honest when I first heard that Dr. Brantly had been infected, I didn't even know how to pray. At first, I just kept saying, 'God why? Why, [he's a] young doctor, such a great guy, why?'" Graham told The Christian Post.
"We had no clue how we were going to get him out of there and had no clue what to do. But we began to pray that God would show us what to do and we began to call every person that we knew," he said. "We called the State Department, the people in Washington, the Department of Defense. I mean everybody that we had a contact with, we began to call and as a result of it God began to open up doors."
The well-known evangelist said as he made the calls to help his Samaritan's Purse workers, he saw firsthand how God made a way out of an impossible situation.
"You could see God's hand at work through this entire film," Graham testified. "It's a documentary of God's faithfulness and [shows that] God is a good God, He's a loving God [and] He cares for us."
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