- Mired in Crises, Lebanon Marks 1 Year Since Horrific Beirut BlastFirst anniversary of port explosion brings prayer and protests as severe need for humanitarian aid and political reform remains.
- Christian Street Artist Honors Beirut Explosion Victims with 204 Illegal PortraitsInspired by Makoto Fujimura, an American evangelical partners with Lebanese art institute to equally dignify every death.
- Old Scars and New Wounds: Christians Comfort Lebanon’s TraumaOne month since the blast, emotional support comes from evangelicals, refugees, children, and other unexpected sources.
- A Beacon of Hope in a Broken BeirutThe oldest Arabic-speaking Protestant church in the Middle East has survived worse crises than the recent Lebanon explosion.
- How I Explained Beirut’s Explosion to My KidsAs Christian parents, our children must know we will keep them safe. But that does not mean keeping them comfortable.
- 16 Beirut Ministries Respond to Lebanon Explosion(UPDATED) Evangelical leaders describe the damage, how Christians are helping, and the need for a hope beyond politics.
- Lebanon Was Already in Turmoil. Then Came the Blast.An evangelical Christian leader’s grief over a divided—and now devastated—country.
- Trapped in Lebanon, Sudanese Students Find Refuge at SeminaryFor international students, COVID-19 has created an educated, isolated, displaced community.
- Split the Cedars of Lebanon: Evangelicals Balance Prayer, Protest, and Politics in Ongoing UprisingWith a prayer tent going up in Beirut square, participants see a “spiritual dimension” to anti-corruption demonstrations.
- Died: Kenneth Bailey, the Scholar Who Made Jesus Middle Eastern AgainThe late scholar helped Western Christians see the Bible through a cultural lens.