A year ago today a huge explosion ripped through the port area of Beirut in Lebanon killing more than 200 people, injuring over 5000 and devastating a city that was already struggling. Since then a banking crisis has caused inflation to rocket meaning that people can’t afford everyday food. A drastic shortage of fuel leaves homes, business and hospitals without electricity.
As part of our virtual world tour we’re visiting the nation of Lebanon this week, and in the second part of our conversation with Pastor Said Deeb from Life Center Beirut he tells Premier’s Esther Higham what the crisis means for ordinary people
Faith Hope and Love Madeleine Davies has written a book called Lights for the Path about her experience of bereavement, also sharing the stories of other people’s journey with grief and what helps along the way.