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How God is Working in the Most Difficult of Places

How God is Working in the Most Difficult of Places

During his time at ABTS, Awad, our 2020 graduate from South Sudan, was often a source of encouragement to his fellow students and to staff and faculty alike. Today, serving in one of the most unreached areas of South Sudan, where witchcraft and ancestor worship are common practice, Awad continues to reflect Christ and act as a source of encouragement, not only for the community in his village, but also for us here at ABTS.

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Meet Abissa: The Lord Will Provide

Meet Abissa: The Lord Will Provide

We are from Afrin, Syria. The war broke out and everything around us got destroyed so we had to leave our home. We have been living in Lebanon since 2018 with our two boys (now 5 and 2 years old) and it hasn’t been easy. We stayed in Zahle for a while, almost two years. My husband is deaf and mute. He was like that before but it got worse due to the fear and trauma of the war. So it made it very difficult for him to find work and our financial situation has long been terrible.

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Dear Woman, You Have a Problem. Sincerely, Man

Dear Woman, You Have a Problem. Sincerely, Man

Dear Woman,

This is Man. I’m writing to inform you of a very serious problem. Whether you admit it or not, you’re the main culprit in a severe crisis complicating a person’s entire sense of place and belonging in the world. Woman, you have a nationality problem.

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The Joy of Seeing Them Celebrated

The Joy of Seeing Them Celebrated

Inside the hall of Saydet El Inaya church in Maghdouche, many families of children and adults with special needs and learning difficulties began to gather. Yet there was one family who caught my attention.

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