Our family loves brother Mack! He’s originally from Sudan but his family moved to Lebanon when he was only two years old. At the age of sixteen, a little over two years ago, he was passing by our church in Beirut and felt drawn to come in. Sitting in the back with a backpack, at 1st we thought maybe he was a terrorist checking our church out! But a couple of weeks later, he made his way to the altar, repented of his sins, and was baptized in Jesus Name and was filled with the Holy Ghost!
Brother Mack never missed a service, he has been faithful. He adhered to the Apostolic doctrine and holiness, played the guitar at church and he was always there to help in anything we asked. He’ll be greatly missed as he has immigrated and left to London yesterday. We pray the Lord continues to use him greatly!
Our mission work in Beirut has reached many people from different nations that used Lebanon as a holding place until they were able to immigrate to other countries. Sometimes we feel like we’re evangelizing the world from right here in Beirut!
God has blessed us, we’ve been able to witness to Lebanese, Syrians, Iraqis, Egyptian, etc. and share the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ with them.
Many families and individuals from these nations have converted and have been members of our church, however, due to various difficulties they were forced to immigrate to other countries. Today our church has members that have immigrated to Germany, Sweden, Canada, Australia and now England.