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.

نحو نموذج تربوي جديد

نحو نموذج تربوي جديد

ما من أحد منّا ينكر المشكلات التي تعترض سبيلنا كتربويين وأكاديميين، إن في القطاع الخاصّ أو في القطاع العام. فما واجهناه ونواجهه من أزمات اقتصاديَّة، وما تلاه من حجر منزلي وتباعد اجتماعي بسبب فيروس كوفيد -19، وضعنا في مكان شعرنا فيه أنّ العدو وراءنا والبحر أمامنا.

The Meaning of Church in the Days of COVID-19

The Meaning of Church in the Days of COVID-19

For years, we’ve been hearing that the church is not the building, it is the people. Now the time has come to walk the talk! How are churches reacting to this pandemic and what adjustments have been put in place to ensure the preservation of the congregation?

Family to Gather

Family to Gather

Having been encouraged by a friend to attend, on Saturday, January 11th Rana set off for the Family to Gather event that was taking place at the ABTS Moore Conference Center that day. Hoping to find support in the midst of the political and economic crisis happening in Lebanon and keep her family strong despite all of the uncertainty and anxiety it produced, she brought her husband, nursery-aged son, and 8-year-old daughter along with her. What happened for her family there, however, was beyond what she could have hoped for.

Shining Ever Brighter

Shining Ever Brighter

Strengthening the witness of the Church in the Arab World is the very reason we exist as LSESD. We made a decision to stand by the Church in Syria since the beginning of the war in 2011, and to date we continue to partner with around 25 churches that are deeply involved in responding to the needs of their people.

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