For the Church, this moment is valuable for gaining insights into how we operate in the world as kingdom-minded pilgrims … Continue reading Middle East Conversations 2020
By Wissam Al-Saliby Amid the protests to the killing of George Floyd, many Evangelical pastors and leaders are speaking up … Continue reading From George Floyd to Iyad al-Hallaq: Can the American Church Also Engage with the Palestinian?
In addition to the numerous new challenges the world has been facing due to the COVID-19 crisis, we are also … Continue reading Praying About Racism in America and Lebanon
“No one warned me what life would be like here.” My name is Djajida, I am 26 and I am … Continue reading No one warned me what life would be like here
Alia Abboud – How the Church in Lebanon has emerged through Crisis Dr. Alia Abboud, Chief Development Officer at the … Continue reading Alia Abboud – How the Church in Lebanon has emerged through Crisis
This article by MEBO’s Executive Director Scott Gustafson originally appeared at The Acts 2:11 Project as “What the Arab Church … Continue reading What The Lebanese Church Can Teach Us About Racism
Life has been dramatically impacted by COVID-19. We have accepted that there is no “business as usual” these days. This … Continue reading A Dynamic Pause: Reflections on Simplicity, Purpose, and Transformation in this Time of Pandemic
THE MEANING OF CHURCH IN THE DAYS OF COVID-19 BY ROSETTE MANSOUR For years, we’ve been hearing that the church … Continue reading The Meaning of Church in the Days of COVID-19
I have always enjoyed going grocery shopping on weekends to buy what my family needs for the week. However, for … Continue reading On Tuna, Faith, and the Economy!
Curious about what ministry in the Middle East looks like these days? Take a virtual missions trip with us! Many … Continue reading Go on a Virtual Missions Trip!