Dar Manhal Al-Hayat
Providing High Quality Christian Resources in Arabic
DMAH publishes and distributes a wide range of Christian and educational resources in Arabic in response to the needs of both the Church and the community.
A Church Hungry for Resources
Across the Arabic-speaking world, quality Christian literature remains relatively inaccessible and unaffordable for many believers. With a lack of publications in the Arabic language, the Christian population across the Arabic-speaking world is at risk of remaining uneducated and undernourished spiritually. “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge” says God (Hosea 4:6). Without the enlightenment that comes through God’s Word, the light that Christians bring to the Middle East might not be bright enough to overcome the darkness. As a result, the Arab world remains untouched and many are left without the hope that comes through knowing Christ.
In order to combat this impending darkness, DMAH’s goal is to make Arabic Christian literature and educational resources available, accessible, and affordable to the wider Arab world. By doing so, Arabic-speaking Christians are educated, equipped, fed, strengthened, and able to share the gospel across the Arab world. Through its team of highly talented writers and translators, DMAH is able to produce a wealth of high-quality Christian literature in a wide variety of genres. Whether it’s the textbooks needed for seminary school or simply a devotional for every day encouragement, this publishing house strives to provide the full spectrum of literature needed to create healthy, passionate Arab Christians.
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DMAH News Articles
Do you ever wonder if distributing Christian litterature even makes a difference? For one woman in Baghdad, simply receiving a Bible changed her life.
The book of Revelation in the Bible is not, perhaps, the most obvious example of a comforting read during times of crisis. However, this was certainly the case for one reader, who was aided by our recent publication of the first two parts of Dr. Imad Shehadeh’s commentary series on Revelation.
When we wake up each morning, what’s the first item we lay our hands on: our Bibles or our smart phones?
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