Director of Kurdish Ministries Takes Short Term Mission Trip to Syria

Horizons International's Director of Kurdish Ministries, Nihad, returned this May from a short term missions trip in Syria between Aleppo and Afrin. He spent five days on this trip partnering in ministry with the Good Shepherd Church.

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New Fruit in the Refugee Camps

Exciting update from the Beqaa Valley: The following is a report from one of the Horizons Staff members who visits the refugee camps in the Beqaa valley every week. There is one specific family that we have been visiting as a team, that we are especially excited about. The first time we visited them, we … Continue reading New Fruit in the Refugee Camps

Incredible Report From One of Our Missionaries of Jesus Visiting a Woman While Praying

Yousef, Fahima, and I (Annie) go together on house visits in the Beqaa valley in the tent community where we have a Horizons center. We visited a woman named R, who we have visited before, so IĀ asked if she had been reading the Bible I gave her. She said she had been, and her husband … Continue reading Incredible Report From One of Our Missionaries of Jesus Visiting a Woman While Praying

Horizons Missionaries Report on Their Recent Trip to Syria

This past month, a couple from our Horizons Missions team went on a trip for seven days to Syria. For security reasons we cannot mention their names or where they were. While there, they lead five church services which included 30 minutes of worship and 30 minutes of sharing the word at each. They also … Continue reading Horizons Missionaries Report on Their Recent Trip to Syria

Horizons expanding into Syria: “Lots of work to be done.”

For security reasons, certain aspects of this post cannot be specific. As the extent of the war in Syria has greatly diminished, we have our sights on expanding our ministry into the war-torn country. As of this week the last stronghold of rebel fighters surrendered to the government and were peacefully brought out of the … Continue reading Horizons expanding into Syria: “Lots of work to be done.”