Matthew Sackor Teah Wulah, known as M. Teah Wulah, the last of six children, was raised by his mother and uncles because his father went missing when the American soldiers stationed in Liberia were returning home at the end of WWII.
From childhood he questioned everything around him. Together with his mother’s strong Christian faith, his community was always plagued with tribal traditions including witch-craft, charms, mullets, talisman and sororities. His main question was why certain peoples were privileged with certain powers?
At a very young age he was introduced to other Christian religious sects apart from the Pentecostal. When he moved to Greenville the capital of Sinoe County, Liberia.
As a consolation to his curiosity after migrating to the United States of America and learning more about God, religious sects, and wars in the name of God and religion, He began the search for THE SELECTIVE GOD.