Kathie Lichtenwalter writes from Middle East University in Beirut, Lebanon, where her husband is dean of the School of Theology and director of the Islamic and Arabic Studies Center. She also serves as liaison for the pastoral spouses in the Middle East and North Africa Union, where every day is an experience in depending more on the One who knows and who cares.

Bridging Differences

How to reach out to neighbors, especially those who have come from far away.

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Who Knows?

There’s only One who does, and He’s waiting for us to ask Him.

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What Does the Lord Require of Me?

I’m badly in need of Someone to lift me out of the fray. For those who think I’m on a pedestal, I’m wrapped high up in the strong arms of the Shepherd.

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Filled to the Brim (With What I Need Most)

If prayer is the breath of the soul, then God’s Word is the pure, life-giving air I must breathe if I want clarity, energy, and a deep well to draw on for challenges.

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