Lebanon(Mission Network News)— About one in five people living in Lebanon is a refugee. That’s according to Dyann Romeijn of Vision Beyond Borders who says that despite the trials these people are facing, they are perhaps for the first time encountering eternal hope.
That’s because many of the refugees come from countries where it is dangerous to have anything to do with the gospel.
But in Lebanon, a Muslim-majority country, you can talk openly about the gospel. You can own a Bible without worrying about government intervention.
Dear Reader, our hearts are deeply grieved by the ongoing devastation in Iraq, and through this we have been compelled to take a stand at the gates of hell against the enemy who came to kill and destroy. Bibles for Iraq is a project to put Arabic and Kurdish audio Bibles into the hands of Iraqi and Syrian refugees—many of whom are illiterate and who have never heard the gospel.Will you stand with us and make a donation today to this important effort? Please click here to send a Bible to a refugee >>