SBTC planning Beirut vision trip May 24-31

This trip is for pastors and church leaders interested in developing a partnership in the Middle East that has the potential of impacting an entire region, said Terry Coy, SBTC senior church planting strategist.

The trip will involve prayer walking and Bible distribution in Beirut with the IMB team and time with Lebanese pastors and churches.

The Baptist seminary in Beirut is strategic in reaching the Middle East with the gospel, and Lebanon is the only Arab country in the region where relative religious freedom exists.

Previous trips have involved promising witnessing and pre-evangelism opportunities with both Muslims and other non-believers, Coy noted.

The SBTC/IMB partnership with the Lebanese Baptists, called “Beirut & Beyond,” has been extended to 2008.

Although a final cost is yet to be determined, it should run around $1,600, Coy said. If interested, contact Terry Coy at 817.552-2500 or

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