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Praise given for ‘practical hope’ provided to refugees in Lebanon

Hattie Williams

by Hattie Williams

Posted: 19 May 2017 @ 12:04

A RETIRED vicar has spoken of the “practical hope” that is being given to some of the more than 1.5 million refugees in Lebanon through the work of Embrace the Middle East. The charity has been partnering with churches and Christian partners to provide education, food, and shelter to generations of refugees in the country who have been dispersed by civil war.

The Revd Christine Collinge has been volunteering as a speaker with Embrace since her retirement in 2012 as Team Vicar of ...

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