THIRSTY GROUND UPDATES

By God’s grace we’ve begun operating a small bakery in our mountain refugee community in recent months. We are slowly increasing our daily bread capacity, but so far have been able to make over 1,100 loaves of Arab bread a week to give to some of the 750 refugees and local poor…(Read More)

Some reading this will already know that we’ve been quietly involved these past months with assisting Afghans trying to flee the country after the bungled U.S. withdrawal that ended August 31, 2021. Since mid-August we have been in daily contact with multiple Afghan families. We have not made this public due to…(Read More)

Early this spring, our host country got hit with a true COVID wave. We know several people – all elderly – who died from COVID complications. A large amount of our own refugees we help came down with COVID. Our entire team also contracted COVID, including myself, and had a rough month of it. Thankfully,…(Read More)

The past couple months have been busy! As we’ve wrapped up port blast rebuild projects, we’ve resumed normal refugee relief and our farming projects. We have seen the Lord keep doors open, and also open new doors with new needs to help with. We are also thankful for the abundant provision from the…(Read More)

Yesterday marked the grim milestone of two months since the Beirut port blast shattered thousands of homes and upended the lives of some 300,000 Lebanese residents living in the area. People from our team have been serving the affected Lebanese almost the entirety of those two months since the blast happened. It has been…(Read More)

Even after 40 days from the blast, there is still rubble to be cleared out. This past weekend marked the 40 day observance of the port blast. It was a somber reminder that not too long ago this city was suddenly and violently traumatized by an unprecedented explosion. It was also a reminder that time…(Read More)

It’s been a little over one month now since the Beirut port blast rocked the capital of Lebanon. Buildings still lie shattered. Rubble is still piled on the side of roads. People injured in the blast still walk around with slings and bandages. But there’s signs of slow recovery. Some floors of buildings…(Read More)

View Post One man we’ve been helping this past week had a harrowing story of the blast. He was in his home when the blast hit. The large antique wood doors in his room blew off the hinges, struck him head on, and propelled him through the air towards his back veranda. His veranda…(Read More)

Active MissionsGlobal Field UpdatesMiddle East

Feeding Refugees Via The Daily Bread Bakery - Winter 2021

Dec 17 2021
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You Can Still Help Sponsor a Child to Attend a Christian School - EAP 2022

Dec 3 2021
Active MissionsGlobal Field Updates

Pray For Ongoing Afghan Rescues

Oct 26 2021
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Mid-Summer Update: English Classes, Medicine Shortages & Bountiful Harvests

Aug 6 2021
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Summer Update: After The COVID Wave, Early Farm Harvests & More!

Jun 25 2021