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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

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Pray for Lebanon

Pray for Lebanon

As the fate of Lebanon remains uncertain, all of our November events have been put on hold. However, we ask that you would please join with us in prayer for our nation, that God's will might be done here in our country as it is in heaven. Pray for safety and God’s...

ABTS: Pray for Returning Students

ABTS: Pray for Returning Students

ABTS’s first-year students are beginning to arrive in Lebanon! We are excited to have them join our family. Pray with us that their transition into our community will be smooth and blessed. Pray that God will give us the wisdom to guide them and that the time they...

DMAH: Pray for Multiplying Bread

DMAH: Pray for Multiplying Bread

Just as food is important to us, so is ‘feeding’ regularly on God’s Word. At Dar Manhal al Hayat (DMAH) we offer a range of daily devotionals to help people meet with God every day. We are especially excited about a devotional for girls that we plan to publish soon....

BCYM Prayer Request

BCYM Prayer Request

Throughout the year, the Baptist Children and Youth Ministry (BCYM) puts on many camps for vulnerable children. They are an opportunity to give Syrian refugee children a chance to play fun games and get crafty while also hearing stories from the Bible. The summer...

Prayer Request – BBS

Prayer Request – BBS

The Beirut Baptist School is celebrating the accomplishments of its students this month as the academic year comes to an end. With graduations around the corner and Father’s day in between, join us in praying for the school through the following: Experiencing God’s...

A Call for Prayer for Lebanon!

A Call for Prayer for Lebanon!

No news is good news! Yet, to our dismay, Lebanon is back in the news!  As Robert Fisk puts it “Lebanon is always going through the greatest crisis since its last greatest crisis. But this time, it’s for real” [Independent, November 9, 2017].  Sadly so!  Two weeks...

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News & Stories

The Joy of Seeing Them Celebrated

The Joy of Seeing Them Celebrated

Inside the hall of Saydet El Inaya church in Maghdouche, many families of children and adults with special needs and learning difficulties began to gather. Yet there was one family who caught my attention.

A Long-Awaited Harvest: BCYM Summer Recap

A Long-Awaited Harvest: BCYM Summer Recap

Ministry work is often like gardening. You till the soil, plant seeds, faithfully water, but mostly you watch and hope for fruit. Then, all at once, when the weather is finally right, the garden seems to explode with new life.

Building Unity in the Beqaa

Building Unity in the Beqaa

In this spirit of unity, 20 different churches and ministry institutions from the Beqaa Valley gathered in July to learn, exchange, and evaluate best practices for sustainable development.

Lebanon: Timeline of a Country in Crisis

Lebanon: Timeline of a Country in Crisis

Lebanon’s economic crisis —considered by the World
Bank as one of the worst in the world in the past 150
years — left no aspect of society untouched. Below is a
quick snapshot of how different crises combined to reach
the current state of instability.

Your Family, Wherever You Go

Your Family, Wherever You Go

On July 6th, Beirut Baptist School celebrated the senior graduation of 64 students! It was a joyous night, not just for the students, but the whole community. To reach this commencement stage, these students faced above average challenges.

You Can’t Hide the Church in Lebanon

You Can’t Hide the Church in Lebanon

“It was a joy to get to know those brothers, it was a privilege, considering especially the difficulty that they face and pastoring in an environment with so many people leaving the country,” said Folmar, “Pastoral ministry is hard enough as it is, but to be pastoring in this kind of environment, I really respect those men.”

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