You get a call saying your spouse, who is 5,000 miles away in a Third World country, has contracted Ebola. No, this is not a bad dream; this is reality for Amber Brantly, whose husband Dr. Kent Brantly contracted the deadly disease last July while working in Liberia with relief organization Samaritan's Purse.

In this edition of Greta Talk, the Brantly's speak about their life-changing experience with Ebola (a disease which had a 70% mortality rate at the time.) Greta Van Susteren hears about Kent's "death sentence", how their faith has grown stronger, and the importance of making a difference. Also, the On the Record host learns more about the current state of Liberia and what people can do to help.

Tune in and be sure to check out the Brantly's book, Called for Life.