a month ago today i boarded a plane destined for the middle east and an experience i will not soon forget. with my cameras, passport, and clouded expectations...i arrived in the city of beirut, on the coast of lebanon. the reason for my trip was to help document the work that is currently happening in this country - medical workers from the states traveling to the heart of the syrian refugee crisis in order to serve a swelling need. as the turmoil continues in syria, the needs grow for a multitude of displaced men, women, and children. over the past year, a team of doctors and dentists with hearts of service and the hope of the Gospel compelling them, have mobilized. i joined on the second of what we hope and pray is an ongoing trip back to the heart of the storm. what an opportunity it was to witness the light and hope we were able to bring in the name of Jesus, through the tangible service of much needed health services. if you would like to know more about how you might get involved, below is some information.
email the missions team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
give online at: https://mygiving.secure.force.com/GXDonateNow?id=a0Ui000000XZgPoEAL
'let us not become weary in doing good' galatians 6:9