If you had visited the Beirut Baptist School this month you would have felt the hustle and bustle of graduation ceremonies, official exams, and summer camp preparations.
It was a beautiful Sunday morning when Sheila and her husband Tim made their way to our church in Bikfaya. After the service, a group of seasoned church members enthusiastically gathered around them, each one waiting for their turn to greet the visitors with heartfelt hugs and kisses.
Passionate about preparing learners in mind, body and spirit, for a bright future, the Beirut Baptist School (BBS) had a lot to be grateful for during the month of April. As expressed by its Academic principal Mrs. Alice Wazir: “April was a month of both national and global exchange that was especially unique for our school”.
Thanks to our praying partners, the Beirut Baptist School (BBS) continues its mission being a lighthouse within a densely populated, majority non-Christian neighborhood.
On December 3, the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, 24 students from LSESD’s Beirut Baptist School (BBS) thoroughly rehearsed the Lebanese national anthem and headed to nowhere other than the Presidential Palace itself.