by Admin | Mar 1, 2023 | Newsletter
A devastating earthquake has rocked Syria and Turkey in the past few weeks, leaving thousands of people dead and injured. With buildings and homes destroyed, countless people became homeless in the cold winter with no refuge.
by Admin | Jan 31, 2023 | Newsletter
Throughout the journey of life, we face many challenges, yet we rejoice because we know that God’s grace carries us and His Word guides our steps.
by Admin | Nov 23, 2022 | Newsletter
As we draw closer to the end of this year, we can’t but be thankful to God for His goodness and His faithfulness in accompanying our family of ministries all throughout 2022.
by Admin | Oct 21, 2022 | Newsletter
In this issue of THIMAR, you will read several stories of people who had faith in God’s faithfulness and provision.
by Admin | Sep 27, 2022 | Newsletter
In this issue of Thimar, we’ll share how different ministries are caring for children, youth, and their families in a way that impacts their whole mind, body, and soul.
by Admin | Aug 29, 2022 | Newsletter
In this issue of Thimar, we’ll share first-hand accounts from church partners of how God is working through the Beirut explosion assistance. You’ll also read about a recent capacity-building conference in Zahle, organized with an eye to long-term sustainability.
by Admin | Jul 25, 2022 | Newsletter
In this issue of Thimar, read how our community is holding us together. Parents and students celebrate graduation at BBS, pastors gather to study the 9Marks of a healthy church, IDEAL students meet for camp, and BCYM hosts an inspirational 3-day camp.
by Admin | Jun 28, 2022 | Newsletter
In this issue of Thimar, we explore what it means to practice child-like faith through the examples of a trusting refugee family, a curious theologian, and a grateful child. May we work together to reach out to the community, drawing every child to the deep love of the Father.
by Admin | May 30, 2022 | Newsletter
This issue of Thimar weaves together stories of endurance. Both the Maghdouche children’s camp and Nabil’s story of special needs advocacy only came after years of waiting and working. You’ll also hear how Lebanon’s recent election challenged our patience.