On August 4th, Therese was on the Balcony of her apartment with her 6-year-old granddaughter Julia. They were watching the flame rise from the port in Beirut. “I had the stove on, preparing dinner for my mother and sisters. I was enjoying some quality time with my granddaughter 
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After the explosion that rocked Beirut on August 4, 2020, Heart for Lebanon’s Team decided to help the residents of the affected area by cleaning the mess the explosion caused.  Our staff was joined by a number of volunteers, some of whom were refugee families, 
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God has given us two environments to educate children-at-risk in Lebanon. What do we mean by “at-risk”? An at-risk child means they are in a situation where something detrimental to their future is likely to lead to a life of despair and anguish.  At the 
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By James Ward, Executive Director Heart for Lebanon was founded in 2006 as a response to war and crisis in the country of Lebanon. Since that time God has allowed us to be on the front lines of ministry in the midst of war, terrorism, 
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by James Ward, Executive Director I was on a zoom (video) call recently with some of our leadership team from Lebanon. The purpose of the call was to talk about updates on our response to COVID-19, changes to the situation on the ground, and discuss 
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A Study has been conducted by UNHCR among 503 Syrian refugee women in Lebanon and it showed that 79% of these women are unable to meet their basic needs. They depend on their male family members to provide them with money for survival items.  One 
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By Tom Atema There is no question that today’s world looks much different than it did a month ago. Or even a week ago. To say things have changed is an understatement. We all see the problems and challenges before us, but we don’t have 
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In late April the streets of Lebanon were still quiet, shops were still closed, and people were quarantining to the best of their abilities. But, inside Heart for Lebanon’s main office in Beirut there was a lot going on. Members from the office staff, the 
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In late April the streets of Lebanon were still quiet, shops were still closed, and people were quarantining to the best of their abilities. But, inside Heart for Lebanon’s main office in Beirut there was a lot going on. Members from the office staff, the 
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By Tom Atema There is no question that today’s world looks much different than it did a month ago. Or even a week ago. To say things have changed is an understatement. We all see the problems and challenges before us, but we don’t have 
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