Are you interested in the Syrian crisis and its repercussions? Do you have question on the role of the Church in this humanitarian disaster? Do not miss Brother Mohammad Yamout’s inspiring presentation and the Middle Eastern dinner at Salam on May 3, at 6: 00 p.m. NOT 12:30 pm..at Peace Lutheran Church, 21W500 Butterfield Road, Lombard, IL 60148.
We needed to move the presentation time due to Yamout’s packed agenda in the USA..Yamout arrived yesterday on the East Cost..Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 331 645 0650
(see link: http://salamchristianfellowship.org/?p=513)
Yamout shares the love of Christ with Syrian refugees and others in South Lebanon, in the Middle East. Salam has been raising funds for Bibles for more than one year for the Lutheran Hour Ministry in Beirut, where Yamout gets them and passes them to refugees thetre.
In early February 2014, a group of LHM—Lebanon volunteers led by Yamout traveled about 50 miles south of Beirut to a refugee center in the coastal city of Tyre. The volunteers brought food, Bibles, Lutheran Hour Ministries materials, and a Gospel message of comfort and hope to the Syrian families there, most of whom are Muslims. “We pray,” says LHM—Lebanon Director Fadi Khairallah, “that the Word of God works in the heart of everyone who attended and leads them to salvation through Christ.”
In addition to giving Syrian refugees in Lebanon the Bread of Life, Brother Yamout is helping with some of their health issues with the support of a Korean medical team. I received this below, from Yamout:
“Great Ministry last Wednesday with my Korean Friends in the Syrian Bedouin Camp…
A doctor, a nurse and a brother I love dearly…”
The number of Syrian refugees in lebanon is now estimated at two million, while the Lebanese population is only four.