Loulwa El Maalouf

January 13, 2022

Between Broken Traffic Lights and Stolen Savings, Mustard Seeds of Faith Continue to be Sown in Lebanon

By Loulwa El Maalouf Sometimes we hope that change will come quickly and drastically, but most times, change comes slowly and in small increments. Many people wonder what it looks like to be living in Lebanon these days. Before we compare Lebanon now to Lebanon pre-2019, let’s keep in mind […]
July 15, 2021

Finding Joy in a Miserable Land: Reflections on Living Morning to Morning in Lebanon

By Loulwa El Maalouf It was a wonderful sunny day. I woke up, had my morning coffee, got dressed, and filled my car with gas on the way to work. Later in the evening I enjoyed shopping at the nearby mall and got some food items from the supermarket. This […]
February 11, 2021

Traffic, Food Expiration Dates, and Obeying Christ

by Loulwa El Maalouf Have you ever driven in a chaotic country with poor traffic management? Driving in Lebanon requires a new level of focus and spatial awareness. When you sit in the driver’s seat in Lebanon, you must become like a superhero, like Daredevil or Spiderman. Your senses are […]