Rabih Hasbany

April 16, 2020

A Familial Resurrection Holiday Despite Coronavirus

by Rabih Hasbany “We will not celebrate Easter this year …” “There will be no Resurrection Day this year …” In light of the current worldwide lockdown due to the outbreak of coronavirus, many people have lost the opportunity to practice traditional Easter rituals. On Sunday morning, we did not […]
January 9, 2020

Can a Church Without a Building be a Better Church?

by Rabih Hasbany Since the beginning of nationwide protests on October 17, 2019, the Lebanese have been hearing phrases like “the civil state is the solution”, and “our main demand is to have a secular state”. In the squares where the demonstrations are taking place, one hears chants like: “We […]
November 26, 2019

Algeria Brief – November 2019

The Algerian Church is Crying Out: “Come over and help us” by Rabih Hasbany News “All churches in Algeria are at risk of closure,” reports an officer with the World Evangelical Alliance. On October 15 and 16, Algerian authorities shut down three Protestant churches in the province of Tizi Ouzou, […]
May 23, 2019

Do We Truly See Ourselves as Servants?

by Rabih Hasbany In September 2017, I was assigned Team Leader for a missions ministry in Lebanon. At that time, I found myself needing to develop a better understanding of leadership, and in order to do that I consulted models of leadership in the New Testament. I was struck by […]
February 21, 2019

The Arabic Contemporary Commentary on the Bible: A Model of Unity that Celebrates Diversity

by Rabih Hasbany On February 7, many Lebanese Christians celebrated the launching of the Arabic Contemporary Commentary on the Bible. The commentary was issued first on October 15 in Cairo, Egypt by Dar El Thaqafa in partnership with Langham Literature.