Category Archives: Lebanon

Book Review: Compassion and the Mission of God

Rupen Das. Compassion and the Mission of God: Revealing the Invisible Kingdom. Carlisle: Langham, 2016. Objectively reviewing books written by acquaintances, colleagues, and friends is always difficult to do. This is eased considerably when the work they’ve produced is undeniably … Continue reading

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Michael Zehaf-Bibeau is not Islam

Like most Canadians, I’ve been following with great sadness the events and fall-out from two incidents this week which have rattled (understated?) the citizens of this country I call home. We watched in horror as news reports came in that … Continue reading

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Integral Mission Reflection: Beirut Baptist School

“It’s a miracle”. I heard this phrase more than once with regard to the same ministry- Beirut Baptist School. The work of this originally small school, certainly lives up to that. You could almost call BBS “the little school that … Continue reading

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Integral Mission Reflections: LSESD

Over the next little while I am hoping to produce a series of reflections relating to my recent visit to Lebanon. As I was trying to sort through the information in my own head and how to share it here … Continue reading

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Some Photo Highlights from Lebanon

I will follow this up with some reflections on the ministry happening in Lebanon, but it is taking considerable time process it all and put it together in an accessible way. But for now, here’s a few of the historical/touristy … Continue reading

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