By Tom Atema Since the Taliban have taken over in Afghanistan we can honestly say that…. It is likely that radical Islamic groups feel vindicated, more radicalized, empowered, and even motivated to carry on further terrorist activities. The fall of Afghanistan at the hands of the Taliban gives other terrorist and radical groups 
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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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by Tom Atema Recently Heart for Lebanon launched its first training sessions for a Missional Leadership program (heartforlebanon.org/missional-leadership-development). The Heart for Lebanon Team has been working on this program to create content that fits the needs of new comers to Christ in the locations where 
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Lebanon has decided to prolong a total lockdown of the country until February 8th to stem an unprecedented rise in coronavirus cases and as an effort to protect its collapsing health sector.  This total lockdown has been like no other lockdown the country has witnessed 
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by Tom Atema, co-founder Welcome to 2021! The question I would like to ask as we begin 2021 is: In 20 years what will you be known for?  It was 20 years ago, in 2001 that I said yes to something I had no reason 
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There’s a lot of uncertainty and gloomy forecasts right now about the future. In Lebanon many people are angry at the government for failing them.  They’re angry because of what the economic crisis means for their daily life, today and for the future. Anger in 
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By Tom Atema The history of Christianity in Lebanon has been long. The Scriptures tell us that Jesus himself traveled in Lebanon where He met with a woman and cured her possessed child. Peter and Paul evangelized the Phoenicians in Lebanon whom they affiliated to 
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We believe we have a moral obligation to educate children, to help raise their self-worth, and to empower them to live a Godly life. We also believe it is our duty to address issues with their parents and/or guardians to help them build safeguards for 
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