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Lebanon’s Christians Resist Exodus from Worst Economic Collapse in 150 Years
Their middle-class salaries now worth peanuts, evangelicals struggle to maintain a faithful presence amid debate over serving God elsewhere.
A Beacon of Hope in a Broken Beirut
The 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 Kids
As 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.
Should Lebanon’s Christians Join Protests? Viral Sermons Argue Yes and No.
Confrontation at protest site forces evangelical faith from the pulpit to the public square.