She loves God

A few weeks ago, I met Hannah. I don’t speak Arabic, and she doesn’t speak English or French. Our meeting was, however, one where words were spoken without being said. Before I would leave her, we both would be moved to tears. 

Through a translator, I listened to her story. She has been living in Lebanon for the past 2 years. She fled Syria when Isis came to her town. She is a wife and a mother of two young children. Her daughter is five and her son is two. She grew up..

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On Mt Sinjar

Two years ago, when ISIS invaded Mosul, Sara and her family ran for their lives to Mt Sinjar. They, along with hundreds of other survivors, are still waiting to go back home. Last year, our team partnered with Edge Institute to bring sewing machines and materials to Mt Sinjar to..

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His name is Paul

As he walks in, I pretend I am not at all nervous about meeting him. But if I’m honest, I have to admit that there were a few butterflies in my stomach. It’s not every day that you meet an ex-terrorist.  Yet, the man standing in front of me, with kind eyes and a gentle handshake looks nervous too. We are sitting in a room with his pastor and long-time friend and he is about to share his story with us

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