Worship in the Waiting

Worship in the Waiting

In a time when Christians are struggling to stay together, whether due to a physical exodus in the Middle East or philosophical divisions across the world, communal worship is an essential tool for reminding us that we are all one in Christ. Whether Jews or Greeks, slave or free, rich or poor, left or right – we are all baptized by one Spirit into one body.

Cast Out by Society, Welcomed by Jesus

Cast Out by Society, Welcomed by Jesus

What do you do when everything you’ve ever trusted in has crumbled beneath your feet, and you have nothing left to rely on but the grace of God? Corrie Ten Boom is attributed with first saying, “You may never know that Jesus is all you need, until Jesus is all you have.” For Lebanon’s primary mental institution, the reality of this truth has become all too clear over this past year.

A Journey of Answered Prayer

A Journey of Answered Prayer

When a team of doctors and nurses from Northern Ireland landed on Lebanon’s soil for an intense short-term medical mission in partnership with LSESD, they were able to tend to so much more than just physical needs. In the case of one Syrian boy, they played a major role in helping answer his fervent prayer to go to school. This is the story of Iyad.

Christmas is Not Cancelled!

Christmas is Not Cancelled!

“Ho ho ho!” “Who’s that knocking on my door? … Why, it’s Santa bringing a Christmas surprise this year!” This Christmas, approximately 7,200 kids are in for a special treat as LSESD teams up with its church partners to deliver Christmas gifts to children in need...
Rebranching: The New Face of LSESD

Rebranching: The New Face of LSESD

A year of self-reflection has led us to redesign our logo to more accurately embody and visually represent LSESD’s spirit and purpose of longstanding, faithful commitment to seeing communities transformed and churches flourishing in the MENA region for the glory of God. As such, our in-house designers created a logo that encompasses three layers of meaning: spiritual, organizational and cultural.

Rebuilding the Ruins

Rebuilding the Ruins

With the new school year having arrived, we are reminded that education is the most important asset Lebanon has. Education in Lebanon has produced generations of talented and skillful students who have succeeded far beyond our borders.

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