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 […]
February 5, 2021

Winter warmth

After a relatively warm December, winter hit Lebanon and Syria hard in January and is expected to continue bringing heavy rains, hailstorms, and snow at higher altitudes. As many vulnerable families in both countries lack indoor heating, we are thankful […]
January 11, 2021

We seek to be peacemakers

MEET PASTOR NEHAD When my wife and I saw in the news that a refugee settlement in North Lebanon had been set on fire by Lebanese youth[1], it just broke our hearts. We have been living in Lebanon for a […]
December 22, 2020

Quarterly highlights – Q4 2020

     
September 30, 2020

Quarterly highlights – Q3 2020

     
April 14, 2020

Prisoners in our own homes

MEET NAJWA My husband and I have two daughters and a son. We have been living in this tent with my husband’s brother, his wife, and their three toddlers, for the past four years. Before the war, we were living […]
December 4, 2019

Welcoming displaced children in His name

The Syrian crisis has dragged hundreds of thousands of children away from their homes and communities, forcing them to live in places where they face harsh living conditions, are deprived of education opportunities, and do not feel welcomed. In this […]
September 23, 2019

These food vouchers are our daily bread

MEET HASSAN   “My name is Hassan and I am from Syria. I live here in Lebanon with my sister and my two sons, Hussein and Ali. Their mother had a heart attack almost a year ago, and she passed […]
June 26, 2019

Even superheroes need rest

None of what we do would be possible without the passion and the dedication of our partners on the ground. They are indeed superheroes. They are the ones living among the people they serve and weeping with them. They are […]