Headliners for the week of 26 October, 2020
Lebanon (MNN) -- It’s de ja vue in Lebanon. This time last year, protestors shut down Beirut because they wanted an end to government corruption. Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri resigned and it took months to find his replacement. Fast-forward to Thursday, and Hariri is back in the same role as before. Heart for Lebanon’s Tom Atema says Lebanon is a mess, and the clock is ticking. The good news? God is still moving in Lebanon, and you can join Him. Find your place in the story at Mission-News-dot-org.
Call to action
- Pray for needed financial resources so Heart for Lebanon and its partners can serve people in dire straits.
- Pray Lebanese hearts will change and become open to Christ as people see His love in action.