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Please pray for our work in Lebanon

Lebanon is in tumoil. An economic collapse has caused all sorts of issues, not least severe energy shortages, as this BBC article explains. As ever, it is those one the fringes of society that are affected the most, including the vulnerable Syrian refugee children we serve and their families.

Click here to download a prayer summary, including some background information about Lebanon and our work there. As this was produced some time ago, we would also welcome your prayers for the following:

  • For our staff out there and our Country Director, Denise Deghar, as they navigate serving vulnerable Syrian refugee children with the many problems they face in day to day living.
  • We would especially welcome prayer that many of the lonely and isolated refugee mothers would know the Lord's peace, as we minister to them in friendship and love through our coffee mornings, Bible classes and friendship groups.
  • That we are able to continue with our emergency food distribution programmes, which are such a lifeline to many.
  • And please give thanks that despite the difficulties, we can still see God's faithfulness shine. For  example, our wonderful supporters helped us to fund solar panels for the entire complex, so we will have a constant supply of electricity.

We are so grateful for your prayers and kindess as we continue to serve some of the most vulnerable children in Lebanon.

More about our work in Lebanon >>

"Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see." Hebrews 11: 1

Posted on November 3rd 2021

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