8 Months Later

8 Months Later

It’s been eight months since the August Port Explosion and what has Lebanon seen change since then? LSESD’s COO, Wissam Nasrallah, shares with us his thoughts on Lebanon and the direction that it is headed in.

Light that Shines in the Darkness

Light that Shines in the Darkness

It is hard to believe that the ongoing Syrian civil war started 10 years ago. This is an anniversary we all wish we did not have to commemorate. As the situation for families affected by the war keeps on getting darker, God’s light keeps on shining ever brighter through the relief ministry of our partner churches.

On A Journey Of Hope

On A Journey Of Hope

Thank you for the generosity you have shown over the last two weeks in partnering with us to strengthen the witness of the Church in the midst of the crisis in Beirut. Here’s an update on LSESD’s response: 40+ families are being provided with temporary...
Op-Ed: A Time for Truth, A Time for Hope

Explosion in Beirut, Pray with Us!

Dear friends, We greatly appreciate your concern and prayers. Lebanon has recently had more than its share of challenges, including: A serious refugee crisis as Lebanon hosts around 1.5 million Syrian refugees such that 1 in 4 people is a Syrian refugee, and 1 in...
Disaster Response Update

Disaster Response Update

We are deeply touched by the genuine concern and sense of solidarity expressed in messages received from dear friends and partners from various parts of the world. We are grateful and encouraged! Hope is a very rare commodity in my country today. The recent...
Massive Explosion Rocks Beirut

Massive Explosion Rocks Beirut

The massive blast that took place at the port of Beirut late in the afternoon today left an important part of the city laying in apocalyptic ruin. The rumble of the explosion was felt all the way to Cyprus. Beirut looks like a war zone as the devastating shockwave...
A Country on Its Knees

A Country on Its Knees

In October 2019, many Lebanese took to the streets in a festive manner with dancing and chanting to denounce mounting economic pressures and demand political accountability for three decades of corruption and mismanagement of public resources.

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