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The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.

– James 5:16

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Words from the Heart… and Prayers of a Syrian Pastor

Words from the Heart… and Prayers of a Syrian Pastor

I weep for my country! I am so sad and speechless… They advise me to leave my country… to emigrate. I respond saying: I’m staying… for the church of Jesus … that the message of Jesus may remain a light guiding those who are lost and afraid. I’m staying… because the...

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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.”

Ordinary People, Extraordinary God

Ordinary People, Extraordinary God

Georgette Issa has been in a wheelchair since the age of one. For her, leaving the house is a tough and pricey task. Not only must she pay for rides, but she has to check if there is electricity, so she can use the elevator to move in her wheelchair.

Ideal and Beyond

Ideal and Beyond

“I am very excited to be at NDU. I will definitely do well on my first semester… Whatever [tests] Mrs. Lama gives me, I will do my best to get a perfect score…
I will do public speaking just like the TED Talks, so I am super excited to be at this university.”

“Sometimes We Don’t Have Food at Home”

“Sometimes We Don’t Have Food at Home”

On an early Monday morning in Anjar’s MERATH-supported church-based learning center, young Mazen came in with his classmates for a SKILD-facilitated session on psychosocial support. As part of a series on social emotional learning, that day’s lesson was on positively handling negative emotions.

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