Though these past two years have brought unimaginable obstacles, we feel a bright sense of hope for the 2021-2022 school year.
The start of school is like New Year’s Day for educators: there
is something invigorating, and hopeful ushered in by the beginning of a new academic year.
For most young people, finishing high school is just another milestone to add on the wall of family pictures. But let us imagine for a second that all of this is not possible.
This song was recorded on August 4, 2020 – the morning before the Beirut blast. Like the song says, we “don’t know about what will come tomorrow”,but our God does. There are many things we don’t understand, but we can trust in the One who holds our hand.
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From the threats of exodus to a revival of hope, this issue of THIMAR explores the relationship between temporal uncertainty and joyful reliance on God.
Faith grows in pain. We learn to surrender to Him when we feel helpless. We then fix our eyes on Him, and we plant a seed of hope.
It has been a year already since the Beirut port explosion occurred—a year since our city was ripped apart both physically and emotionally. A year has passed and the wounds are still slow to heal.