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Reaching Out to Refugees in Sidon

“Then Jesus said to her, “Woman, you have great faith! Your request is granted.” And her daughter was healed at that moment.” (Matthew 15:21)

Sidon, Lebanon, is one of the oldest cities in Lebanon. It was where Jesus met the Canaanite woman and healed her daughter (Matthew 15:21-28).  Sidon where Jesus said to the Canaanite woman: “Woman, you have great faith! Your request is granted.” (Matthew 15:28)

Nowadays, we believe that a lot of people would have a great faith in Jesus in Sidon if we minister to them. Therefore, MELM is doing the Lord work in Sidon through helping the people there and especially the refugees. MELM has helped previously, a school for Syrian refugees in Sidon, by granting them tables and chairs so that the refugee students can use for studying.

Recently, MELM helped fulfilling the refugee students and their families’ need by providing them food packages. The families were very thankful, and appreciated the help they got. Through good acts people see and touch that Jesus loves them and care for them. Through good acts the non-Christian would open their hearts and ears to listen to the salvation message of Christ.






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