We are supporting our church partners on the ground as they seek to respond to some of the many needs identified after the Beirut explosion: food supplies, mattresses and blankets, shelter, hygiene items, masks, and psychosocial support.
Two years ago, the Beirut port explosion damaged or destroyed the homes of 300,000 people, left more than 200 people dead, injured 7,000, and left most of the capital’s inhabitants traumatized. When this catastrophe happened, Lebanon had already been going […]
MEET MARY Mary and fellow church members on their way to visit some families they help in their neighborhood Our church was very small to start with and as it grew, we had to build a bigger church. We first […]
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 […]
MEET SARAH My name is Sarah and I have been living in Lebanon for the past 22 years. My ministry is mainly with the migrant domestic workers who come from about 15 countries of Asia and Africa. They are working […]
MEET HAGOP AND ANAHEED Hagop and Anaheed on their balcony overlooking the Beirut port. My name is Hagop, I am 90 years old. I am Lebanese and Armenian and I used to be a professional director. I live with my […]
MEET BROTHER DAVID Our church started in a small apartment, ministering mostly among Iraqi refugees. Quickly, the place got too small and God provided us with a bigger place. Now, we are about 60 members but more people are attending […]