Both Syrian refugee and vulnerable Lebanese families, who already struggle to cover rent, food, and medical expenses, cannot afford to purchase the critically needed winterization items for staying warm, especially since seasonal jobs in agriculture or construction are typically unavailable.
For them, it was more than just staying warm: it was God answering their prayer, God reminding them that despite their circumstances, He was there with them and would provide for them. For us, it was seeing God at work. We see a lot of similar stories but each time, it amazes me and gives me the strength I need to continue this work.
For a smooth winter with no storms or flooding
For God to provide the resources to help many vulnerable families around them keep warm this winter
For a quick and peaceful resolution to the current political and economic crisis in Lebanon
For strength and God’s guidance for all vulnerable people, including the Lebanese, refugees, and migrant workers, who are all negatively impacted by the crisis
For wisdom and renewed motivation for our team and partners, as we seek to discern how God wants to use us in this new and challenging context.
 Vulnerability Assessment of Syrian Refugees in Lebanon (VASyR) 2019
 2019 Humanitarian Response Plan Mid-Year Report.