Christians in Lebanon Try ‘Marketplace Missions’

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If you’re looking to move anywhere in the world, Lebanon may not seem like the best option right now.

The infrastructure is crumbling. Multiple ongoing crises have increased poverty and put society on edge. See our full Lebanon coverage here. 

However, Alesha* with Cry Out Now says the move makes sense from a business perspective.

“Right now, the country is in a dire situation, but the dollar goes far here, and we have dollars. Financially, that opens up many doors. As long as you have dollars, you have an opportunity here,” Alesha explains.

Alesha recently moved to Lebanon with her husband and new baby. Because Alesha’s business is brand new and still getting off the ground, we’re not sharing many details for security purposes.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth

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