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  • Mideast gets personal touch in memoir & novel

    April 16 2015 by Erin Roach, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Mideast gets personal touch in memoir & novel

    Frances Fuller’s In Borrowed Houses conveys a picture of the Lebanese people who today are facing imminent threats from ISIS, the self-proclaimed Mideast Islamic state, while Luana Ehrlich’s One Night in Tehran is a potential evangelism tool as it tells how a group of believers can lead an unlikely convert to Christ.

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  • ‘Devastating milestone’ reached amid Syrian refugee crisis

    April 15 2014 by Eden Nelson, IMB/Baptist Press | with 0 comments
     ‘Devastating milestone’ reached amid Syrian refugee crisis

    Four years after opening its borders to Syrians fleeing war, Lebanon struggles to hold the weight of the new population that calls it home. The small nation alone holds nearly half the 2.5 million registered refugees who have fled from Syria to five neighboring countries.

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  • Miracles on the border: Syrians encounter Jesus

    February 11 2013 by Erich Bridges, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Miracles on the border: Syrians encounter Jesus

    The Christian relief team heard about the needy Syrian widow living outside a Lebanese Muslim village near the Syrian border. So they took food to her. Apparently, Jesus had been there first.

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  • Lebanon’s shaky stability seen as tenuous after bombing

    Drops of dried blood lead like bread crumbs up three flights of stairs to a shrapnel-shredded apartment, perhaps 40 yards from the site of a car bombing that killed Lebanon’s top intelligence chief Oct. 19 – and threatened to destroy the country’s shaky stability.

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