Beirut churches sew hope as resilient Lebanese recover – Mission Network News

Lebanon (MNN) — Six weeks after a massive explosion obliterated downtown Beirut, parts of Lebanons capital city are starting to recover. Its proof once again that the Lebanese people are resilient, Heart for Lebanons Tom Atema says. Atema returned from Beirut shortly before speaking with MNN. There [are] some parts where you would not know... Read more

Lebanese start to rebuild without help from their government – Mission Network News

Lebanon (MNN) Lebanons government stepped down Monday night following a massive explosionin Beirut and angry protests over the weekend. This means the Lebanese government can’t make any new decisions or pass new laws until a new government is elected But Nuna from Triumphant Mercy Lebanon says this decision is doing nothing to quench the anger... Read more

Lebanese households wrestle to purchase groceries – Mission Community Information

[ad_1] Lebanon (MNN) — Most eyes on the Center East are watching Iran and potential battle. Nonetheless, with the announcement of Lebanons new authorities within the face of current protests, some focus has shifted again to Lebanon. Most questions concern Lebanons new management and its political implications, however Pierre Houssney of Horizons Worldwide says theres... Read more