Our experience and established relationships are allowing us to respond holistically to the COVID-19 outbreak. On top of providing protective equipment to our church partners and hygiene items to vulnerable families, we have increased our emergency food assistance, and are provided income-generating opportunities. Read more!

December 22, 2020

Quarterly highlights – Q4 2020

     
December 20, 2020

We feel strengthened now that you came alongside us

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 […]
October 23, 2020

During this pandemic, the church is sharing our burden

MEET DALILA My name is Dalila and I have seven children between 11 years old and three months old. Back in Syria, we used to have our own house in a nice neighborhood. My husband worked as a driver and […]
September 30, 2020

Quarterly highlights – Q3 2020

     
September 15, 2020

There is no hope except in God

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 […]
July 2, 2020

Quarterly highlights – Q2 2020

   
July 1, 2020

Out of sight, not out of mind

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the education centers we support in Lebanon have been closed for the past three months. Thanks to the motivation and hard work of the educators, we have helped them implement distance learning, enabling about 1,200 […]
June 30, 2020

During lockdown, I learnt English with my children

MEET NAJWA Najwa’s children doing their homework My name is Najwa, I am a Syrian married to a Lebanese and have been living in Lebanon ever since I got married. We live with my in-laws in the outskirts of Beirut, […]
June 17, 2020

The overlooked

  The anti-racism protests in the USA are strongly resonating in Lebanon. Local voices are now rising up to denounce the underlying racism in the Lebanese society, which has overlooked for decades the many abuses faced by migrant domestic workers […]
June 15, 2020

NGOs turn us down because they have no programs for vulnerable Lebanese

MEET HANANE Hanane receiving soap, masks, and a food voucher from a partner church My name is Hanane, I am Lebanese, and I was born in 1982. I live with my husband and two children. I trained to be a […]