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Our work here at LSESD wouldn’t be possible without your generous prayer cover. We appreciate you taking the time to read through our prayer requests and partner with us in prayer during these difficult times.
The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.
– James 5:16
Most Recent Prayer Requests
On March 9th Lebanon celebrated Teacher's Day. This public holiday exists to express appreciation for teachers' dedication to their work and contribution to society at large. This month, please pray with us for the teachers of Lebanon. Pray for: Creativity as teachers...
In addition to the numerous new challenges the world has been facing due to the COVID-19 crisis, we are also grieved over what is happening in the U.S. today, which has led us at LSESD to pray for our brothers and sisters in the US and reflect on our own prejudices and racial issues:
Recognizing ExcellenceThis year, the Beirut Baptist School obtained 3rd prize in a regional reading competition for the number of books read between March 22nd to April 23rd. Let’s hear it for our outstanding BBS students! Bravo!Please Pray for BBSThe Beirut Baptist...
April Prayer RequestsABTS Join us in prayer for strength and wisdom for ABTS leaders. May we be aligned with what God is doing in the region, and may we be sensitive to His voice and Spirit through this crisis.BBS Please pray for our teachers who are conducting online...
Like most places in the world, Lebanon has entered a state of panic and lockdown in fears of the spreading pandemic Coronavirus. However, as Lebanon’s healthcare system is already reeling from the nationwide protests and dire economic crisis, it is severely underequipped to handle an epidemic.
Last winter, intense storms, heavy rain, snowfall leading to floods, and freezing temperatures severely affected numerous families in Lebanon and Syria. Please pray with us that the coming winter will be more lenient, and help us prepare for the cold season by...
News & Stories
The internet is a sea of information, some credible and others misleading. Parents find themselves hiding from taboo topics, in a way to shield their daughters from an overload of information.
On a bright Saturday in December, children from 15 different nations gathered in a small room in Beirut for a Christmas party. Jingle bells in Arabic played in the background and the children showed up in their very best – dresses, bows, and bright colors.
From four years old until senior high school graduation, Daniella Daou (Partner Relations Officer at LSESD) walked through the doors of Beirut Baptist School every school day. BBS wasn’t the only ministry that filled her childhood memories.
The year was 1996. After a shift in mission focus from organizations abroad, it seemed certain that some Baptist ministries would have to close their doors. The land and the offices where LSESD now stands, where countless hours and relationships were built, might all disappear too.
As we are nearing the end of 2022, Lebanon’s economy continues declining steadily with no hope of stability in sight for many Lebanese households. Many families with different challenges have been struggling to survive and make ends meet in their country for the third year in a row. Hundreds of Lebanese families, including members of churches, have been going through a rough and deteriorated financial situation. Yet amid these hard times, the Lord remains faithful to His people, the Church.
DMAH has been focusing this past year on creating a crucial space for people to interact with the rich content of their locally written and translated resources, whether through online platforms, interactive book launches or fellowship-oriented events.