Salt & Light
Sharing God’s Healing Love with Everyone
Salt and Light comes alongside church plants and young churches to enable and equip them to not only proclaim, but also demonstrate the Gospel in meaningful ways that influence the community.
A Multi-track Community Development Ministry
Salt and Light programs are of two kinds – ones that are designed to address the spiritual and humanitarian needs in specific communities and geographic clusters, while others are more seasonal in nature and are implemented in partnership with churches across Lebanon and Syria. Different Contexts! Different challenges! Equal opportunities.
Activities and Ministry Objectives
Salt and Light’s main objectives revolve around strengthening the influence of local Churches across different regions of Lebanon. S&L aims to empower these congregations, helping them grow in faith and independence, so they can serve their communities and beyond. Additionally, S&L focuses on enhancing Church engagement by organizing various gatherings like home groups, Bible studies, and youth programs. This encourages a deeper understanding of spiritual matters. S&L also emphasizes community involvement, supporting partner churches and newly established churches to meet practical needs through food and non-food assistance, medical care, education, and vocational training. Lastly, a welcoming space is provided for both newcomers and existing believers to gather and worship together.
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or Jesus so loved the world that he came to fulfill our need for salvation. Every Christmas season, we commemorate this message by spreading the good news of salvation among children.
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.
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.
(+961) 4 401922 Ext 121
P.O. Box 165
Mansourieh El Maten