DMAH Receives MAI Global Publishing Award

DMAH Receives MAI Global Publishing Award

In October 2021, Media Associates International (MAI) announced Dar Manhal Al Hayat publishing house in Lebanon as the recipient of their 2021 Robert B. Reekie Global Publisher Award. Named after MAI founding President Robert B. Reekie, this annual award recognizes...
Discipling the Arab World through Local Authors

Discipling the Arab World through Local Authors

Lively conversations filled the room as people eagerly awaited the keynote speaker.   On October 9, pastors, theologians, and lay Christians from across the MENA region gathered in Amman, Jordan to hear Dr. Imad Shehadeh, President and Founder of Jordan Evangelical...
The Book of Revelation – a Comfort in Extraordinary Times!

The Book of Revelation – a Comfort in Extraordinary Times!

By Colin Gibson “So thankful for these 2 books that comforted me especially in the difficult time we went through.” The book of Revelation in the Bible is not, perhaps, the most obvious example of a comforting read during times of crisis. However, this was certainly...
Father, Forgive Us for We Have Sinned

Father, Forgive Us for We Have Sinned

Although smart phones serve as our most useful companion, allowing them to have the priority in our lives violates the first commandment of having no other gods besides the Lord our God. Father, forgive us for we have sinned By Emily Hoppin Communications Officer |...
DMAH: Pray for Multiplying Bread

DMAH: Pray for Multiplying Bread

Just as food is important to us, so is ‘feeding’ regularly on God’s Word. At Dar Manhal al Hayat (DMAH) we offer a range of daily devotionals to help people meet with God every day. We are especially excited about a devotional for girls that we plan to publish soon....
A Heart for the City

A Heart for the City

First and foremost, the relationships that we’ve built with people here, friends at the office, in our local church and among the people that we’ve served. Sharing life together and hearing their life-stories has been deeply enriching. A Heart for the City by Colin...