October 8, 2021

God never abandons His children

MEET IMANE Imane and her four children outside their appartment We are from the countryside of Aleppo, Syria, but we fled seven years ago, ever since ISIS came to our area. ISIS used to cut off heads in public. They […]
July 12, 2021

Quarterly highlights – Q2 2021

 
July 8, 2021

Where does our help come from?

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. In the midst of […]
June 7, 2021

A permanent helping hand

MEET THAMINA My name is Thamina and I am 30 years old. I live with my husband and our three children (ages 17, 12, 10). Before the war, we were living on a farm in the western Homs province. We […]
May 10, 2021

Longing for home

MEET SHATI Shati with her husband and their 18-month-old baby girl My name is Shati, I am from Bangladesh and I have been living in Lebanon for six years. I came to Lebanon in the hope of earning enough money […]
April 15, 2021

Are there really people like this in the world?

MEET CHEIKHA   My name is Cheikha. I am Lebanese and I have four grown-up sons whom I raised as a single mother. My son Charbel suffers from autism and despite being 30 years-old now, he is still in a […]
March 19, 2021

Quarterly highlights – Q1 2021

 
March 15, 2021

The light shines in the darkness

It is hard to believe that the ongoing Syrian civil war started 10 years ago. This is an anniversary we all wish we did not have to commemorate. As the situation for families affected by the war keeps on getting […]
March 15, 2021

The people of the church give me strength, joy, and hope

MEET FATIMA My name is Fatima and I am 33 years old. I live with my husband and our five children (ages 14, 13, 10, 6, and 5) as well as my mother-in-law who is 80 years old and who needs […]
February 15, 2021

Messengers of hope

MEET FATHER NICOLAS “Our church is located in south-west Syria, an area that remained relatively safe throughout the war. We have had many displaced families coming in since the start of the conflict, 10 years ago. We started seeing homeless […]