One of the newest projects I have had the privilege of joining is the health care education initiative for local leaders in Lebanon. I will be … working with the marginalized and immigrant populations throughout Lebanon. The goal of the training program is to teach local leaders how to use Assets Based Community Development (ABCD) methods to plan and develop solutions to the health crisis that they face.
Since 2013, through INSAAF, Migrant Domestic Workers (MDWs) in Lebanon who have been marginalized and imprisoned are given hope, guidance and advocacy.
The Rev. Dr. Hikmat Kashouh, senior pastor of Resurrection Church of Beirut, is bringing his vibrant and challenging message to the 2018 World Mission Conference.
Over 1.5 million Syrians have sought refuge in Lebanon, more than half of whom are children, and 70% have no formal education. The Student Tuition Expense Program will give these children the chance for a more stable future through education and improve their sense of well-being.
This White Cross project seeks to raise $5,000 to provide medical care such as physicals, dental care and hospital visits for the 37 students at the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary (ABTS) in Lebanon. This care will also include the students’ families during the academic year.
“Comfort, O comfort my people, says your God. Speak tenderly to them.” To the exiles, it is the promise of their return home. But it is not only the promise of what God will do—it is spoken in the imperative, indicating what God’s people must do.