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Wisdom from the Iron Lady of the Syrian Church

As an admirer of the Iron Lady of Britain, Margaret Thatcher, I was thrilled to be introduced to the “Iron Lady” of the suffering church in Syria. Her name is Rosangela Jarjour and she is the General Secretary of the Fellowship of Middle East Evangelical Churches. Despite being called the “Iron Lady” by Syrian church […]

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Homes for Syrian Refugees

According to the most recent United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) report there are now more than 2.5 million Syrian refugees displaced from their homes, with 936,861 Syrian refugees in Lebanon and 577,786 in Jordan. With bombings and chemical warfare happening in civilian Syrian communities, the majority of these refugees have lost loved ones […]

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Surviving Disasters, Making the Right Moves

I checked off a box on my bucket list over Christmas. I skydived out of a perfectly good airplane…with an instructor. He pulled the ripcord, a good thing for both of us in avoiding a disaster. Safely on the ground, I reflected on the experience. Crazily, I thought it had lessons applicable to Food for […]

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Meet a Father and Grandfather from Syria

Join me on a journey to the Syrian region—where my heart was broken by the horrors of war.  Meet the people living as refugees whose faces and stories tell of the suffering and loss  brought on from losing loved ones, homes and ways of life. Time after time, as I sat with Syrian refugees in […]

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