Faith and Deeds Ministries in Liberia primarily uses medicine as a means for missions and evangelism. Dr. Coril and her ministry team teach churches how to do outreach in their communities by using medicine as a compassion platform. They invite teams from overseas to to travel alongside Faith and Deeds Ministries on medical outreach trips. They run a local clinic ministry and are also deeply involved in prayerful evangelism in their personal lives.
National Partner: Dr. Coril Warmington
It was on a Monday in July 1991 when a young pastor entered Coril's medical examination room. After an interview, examination, and dealing with the diagnosis, he ask Coril this question: “If you were to die tonight, do you know for certain that you would go to heaven?”
Coril said, “No I would not go to heaven.”
Then he said he would show her in the Scriptures where it says we can know for certain that we have eternal life when we trust Jesus as Lord and savior. Coril said, "He then opened the Scriptures so I could see. It was like he transformed into Jesus Himself. And this statement was said to me, 'I love you so much that I went to the cross and died for you, will you receive me as your Lord and Savior?' and I said 'Yes.'"
Since then, Coril has been baptized and is still growing in Christ as she serves. Coril has three adult children.