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Arthur and Louise Brown
Lebanon
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Arthur and Louise come from east London and were part of the Urban Expression church planting initiative. Their home church is Cable Street Community Church, Shadwell. Both are qualified youth and community workers and Arthur managed the Oasis youth work and ministry degree course prior to starting life with BMS. Louise was a full-time mother. Both have specialised working with those on the margins of society, Louise with homeless refugees and sex workers. Arthur has worked with young people at risk of social and educational exclusion. After studying at BMS' International Mission Centre in Birmingham, they went as BMS long-term workers to Beirut, Lebanon in 2005. Here they are involved in urban community development and youth ministry. Arthur also trains youth ministers and supports youth ministry at the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary and Louise works with Palestinian refugees. Arthur's interests include white water kayaking, his 1973 VW Camper Van, Arsenal, reading, applied theology, playing guitar and listening to music. Louise enjoys reading fantasy novels, playing board games and supports Manchester United. They both enjoy playing badminton, cooking, socialising with friends and curries. Arthur and Louise have four children: Jessica, Naomi, Jack and Jonathan.
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  • 15 Feb 2018
    American Evangelical Influence on US Foreign Policy and How It Impacts Us as Middle East Christians نظرة بديلة لنقد الدور الإنجيلي الأميركي في سياسات بلادهم الخارجيّة
    Posted by Arthur and Louise Brown at 14:51 on Feb 15th, 2018
    By Martin Accad On February 7, 2018, Al-Joumhouriah daily Lebanese newspaper published an article by Ambassador Massoud Al-Maalouf, which denounced the devastating role of American evangelicals in shaping toxic US foreign policies towards the Middle East, particularly towards the Palestinian cause.
  • 8 Feb 2018
    When the Lights go Down in the City: A Reflection on the Season’s Passing عندما تخفت الأضواء في المدينة فهذا انعكاس لانصرام موسم في حياتها
    Posted by Arthur and Louise Brown at 14:36 on Feb 8th, 2018
    By Chaden Hani It was an abiding sense of desperation, frustration and repression which led Lebanese journalist and professor of history Samir Kassir to speak in 2004 of the “Arab malaise.” For as long as I can remember we have barely had a moment of our history lacking in conflict or wherein we
  • 2 Feb 2018
    IMES Regional Brief – February 2018
    Posted by Arthur and Louise Brown at 06:25 on Feb 2nd, 2018
    Lebanon The Candidates to the Protestant Seat in Parliament in the Upcoming General Elections Will Need to Remember that they Are Called to be “Stewards not Lords, Servants not Masters” On Friday, the 15th of January 2018, the Lebanese Minister of Interior and Municipalities, Nouhad Al-Mashnouk,
  • 25 Jan 2018
    MEC 2018 – Jesus Christ and the Religious Other: Toward a Biblical Understanding of Islam مؤتمر الشرق الأوسط ٢٠١٨
    Posted by Arthur and Louise Brown at 14:55 on Jan 25th, 2018
    Apply Today! (English / Arabic) In the 21st century, religious diversity is a fact of life. Be it the result of historical precedent or technological advancement, immigration or proselytization, religious diversity can be as disorienting for some as it is enriching for others. For the committed fo
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  • 24 Mar 2017
    An update from Arthur
    Posted by Arthur and Louise Brown at 16:34 on Mar 24th, 2017
  • 24 Mar 2017
    An update from Louise
    Posted by Arthur and Louise Brown at 16:33 on Mar 24th, 2017
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American Evangelical Influence on US Foreign Policy and How It Impacts Us as Middle East Christians نظرة بديلة لنقد الدور الإنجيلي الأميركي في سياسات بلادهم الخارجيّة
15th Feb 2018

By Martin Accad On February 7, 2018, Al-Joumhouriah daily Lebanese newspaper published an article by Ambassador Massoud Al-Maalouf, which denounced the...

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When the Lights go Down in the City: A Reflection on the Season’s Passing عندما تخفت الأضواء في المدينة فهذا انعكاس لانصرام موسم في حياتها
8th Feb 2018

By Chaden Hani It was an abiding sense of desperation, frustration and repression which led Lebanese journalist and professor of history...

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IMES Regional Brief – February 2018
2th Feb 2018

Lebanon The Candidates to the Protestant Seat in Parliament in the Upcoming General Elections Will Need to Remember that they Are...

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MEC 2018 – Jesus Christ and the Religious Other: Toward a Biblical Understanding of Islam مؤتمر الشرق الأوسط ٢٠١٨
25th Jan 2018

Apply Today! (English / Arabic) In the 21st century, religious diversity is a fact of life. Be it the result of historical...

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