With the recent economic recession that has hit Lebanon, local and refugee families have been trying to survive with what little they have. Food, clothing, medical support, and education (the list goes on) have become luxuries for most families. Basic needs have become so expensive 
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This is probably not the first article you read that reflects back on the events of August 4, 2020, and it definitely will not be the only article you read. For every resident in Lebanon and every Lebanese globally, 6:07 PM on Tuesday, August 4, 
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THAN YOU’VE EVER DREAMED POSSIBLE I never thought I would live to see the day when Christians in the USA would have enough money and an incentive from our government to complete the Great Commission.  Sound impossible? Well it’s not! Five Trillion dollars has been 
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During the Lebanese civil war (1975-1991) my father used to tell me: son, don’t worry, it can’t get any worse, things will get better soon. I wanted to wholeheartedly believe him. But it seemed that things kept going from bad to worse during our bloody 
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