Dr. Ghassan Khalaf: Truth for Generations to Come

Dr. Ghassan Khalaf: Truth for Generations to Come

The fondness and respect for the late Dr. Ghassan Khalaf was evident at a thanksgiving service held at the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary (ABTS) on 14 October. As guests arrived at the service, several people shared their experiences about the influence that Dr...
Arab Christians Hungry and Thankful for Christianity Explored

Arab Christians Hungry and Thankful for Christianity Explored

There has been much excitement from churches in the Middle East North Africa [MENA] region since the launch last year of Christianity Explored (CE) resources in Arabic by LSESD’s publishing arm Dar Manhal Al Hayat (DMAH). Several teams from Christianity Explored in...
Transformed Lives: A Book to Treasure

Transformed Lives: A Book to Treasure

Alongside its locally written publications, Dar Manhal Al Hayat (DMAH) comb through all the Christian world’s publications with great precision, searching for the books that will carry the greatest impact on the people of the Middle East North Africa region today....
SKILD Launches a Special Needs Book for Churches

SKILD Launches a Special Needs Book for Churches

Schools, universities and the Ministry of Education and Higher Education – SKILD has already raised the profile of children with special needs across many institutions in Lebanon. Next up are churches. Diversity: Scientific Knowledge and a Spiritual Mission is a new...
Launching of 3 New Arabic Language Resources

Launching of 3 New Arabic Language Resources

Three Biblical reference books to help Arab Christians get a deeper insight into the Scriptures have just been released by LSESD’s publishing house, Dar Manhal Al Hayat (DMAH). The books have been produced in conjunction with the Arab Baptist Theological...
Dar Manhal Al Hayat: Finding Your Source of Life

Dar Manhal Al Hayat: Finding Your Source of Life

When we think about the source of our lives, often we think of health, money, time, food, sleep, etc. However, if we take away all of these things, could we still live? If we depend on ourselves, no, but if we look to Jesus as our Source of Life then, yes, we can....

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