Pray for Lebanon

“Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your request be made known to God.”
– Philippians 4:6 (NKJV)

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This season is filled with thankfulness as we at Heart for Lebanon have so much to be grateful for. With the help of investors and partners like you, some 4500 Syrian refugees and poor Lebanese families are served on a monthly basis, and over 950 students are receiving a biblically-based education thanks to teachers and staff who work tirelessly to see God’s kingdom on earth, in Lebanon, as it is in heaven.

Here is an opportunity to help:

Ishtar is a 15-year-old refugee girl who attends the Hope on Wheels Club and truck programs. “I felt loved at Heart for Lebanon. I learned to love others and offer them hope and happiness so that they do not feel alone and rejected. I have changed when I learned about God in the programs. My behavior changed; my sister had noticed that. One day at the club, we studied the story of the last supper, when Jesus washed the feet of the disciples. When my sister came back from her work, I washed her feet. She was shocked and asked me why I treated her so nicely. I told her the story and that we should be humble and love others. I love Jesus so much. I love to tell others about Jesus. He is the one who encourages me, strengthens me, and comforts me. I want to tell everyone about my faith in Jesus, and I want to worship Him no matter what!”

Here are opportunities to pray for and support:

  1. Pray for Ishtar who is growing in her faith.
  2. Pray continued wisdom and strength for the Heart for Lebanon staff as they serve daily.
  3. Be thankful for the incredible opportunity that we and our investors have, to serve the kingdom of God in a very genuine and authentic ways in Lebanon.
  4. Be thankful God has provided for this ministry in very faithful ways to include new investors and church partnerships.

As a praying partner, we ask you to consider posting these updates and prayer needs in your church bulletin, Sunday school classes, at home bible studies groups, and on your social media platforms.