Amir began writing poems of pain describing his family’s anger, sadness, and homesickness. He focused on doing well in school to one day help his family out of their present poverty.
Lebanon has now reached a point where almost half of the country’s population consists of refugees. Please pray with us and our ministry partners as we seek the Lord on how best to share the Good News among the refugees in Lebanon.
Thousands of refugees are flooding over the borders into Lebanon, Jordan and the surrounding nations. We know that you, our friends and prayer partners, care deeply about this situation and want to know how to pray. You are asking, “What is happening? Is there any hope? What is God doing?”
Please join The Joshua Fund in praying for the people of Lebanon, Syria and Iraq as the escalating violence in Syria has inflamed tensions in Lebanon and throughout the region.
Please join The Joshua Fund in praying for safety, comfort and protection for the people of Beirut, Lebanon as double bombings near the Iranian Embassy killed at least 23 and injured a reported 147. Follow the link below for the full prayer request.
While our hope and expectation is not tied to our political leaders, but to God, we are also exhorted in Scripture to pray for our leaders and therefore we encourage you to join The Joshua Fund in praying for world leaders as they are gathered in New York at the United Nations. Join us in asking for the Lord’s wisdom and guidance in this fragile world environment.