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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
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’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...
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....
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...
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...
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...
News & Stories
Lebanon has been living at the mercy of power cuts by the state provider and rationing of private generators due to fuel shortages. Public electricity is only available between 0 and 2 hours a day, while diesel has been in short supply and at a very high cost.
Driven by increasingly desperate living circumstances and no visible resolution in the near future, a significant number of Lebanese have been forced to seek a sense of normalcy abroad.
In a time when Christians are struggling to stay together, whether due to a physical exodus in the Middle East or philosophical divisions across the world, communal worship is an essential tool for reminding us that we are all one in Christ. Whether Jews or Greeks, slave or free, rich or poor, left or right – we are all baptized by one Spirit into one body.
Do you ever wonder if distributing Christian litterature even makes a difference? For one woman in Baghdad, simply receiving a Bible changed her life.
Lebanon has been enduring a severe and prolonged economic depression, and it is hard to imagine that the situation could still get worse. Yet it does, every single day, and an even bigger storm is coming.
Sara went from one broken home to another until one day she filed a complaint with the police and was given the chance to move to a new sort of home: a Home of Hope.