"Can we stay longer ? I feel loved, respected, and never hungry!"
Samer, 9 years old boy.   



Grain de Blé organizes camps to reach out to Syrian and Iraqi refugee children escaped the war zone in their home land, and now living in refugee tents in Lebanon.  We work with churches in Beirut and the Beqaa (Zahleh) to coordinate three day camps and follow up events for the children.  We target 60 kids per camp, where we spend quality time with them to plant the seed of Hope in their hearts through the word of God. We teach them new songs, verses from the bible and follow a well designed curicullum for three days.

Our day camp includes:

  • Breakfast in the morning
  • Devotion in small groups
  • Worship  / Session-1
  • Group discussion
  • Play time / Hiking
  • Lunch
  • Crafts
  • Worship / Session – 2
  • Group discussion – 2
  • Snacks
  • Evening program

The kids look forward to their free time; they play soccer, enjoy the swings, the slides and the trampoline in addition to other activities the team prepares for them.  In our evening program the leaders entertain the children with funny skits and camp pranks.  We stress the importance of meal time with the children; we provide substantial hot meals on a daily basis in addition to salads and deserts.  



Follow-up Programs

We connect with local churches to coordinate follow-up programs for the children who attended our camps and the new arrivals in the area.  On a weekly basis we run one or two programs where we sing together, tell a Bible story, play games and provide them with a meal or snacks before they leave.


To learn more about this ministry please connect with us at:


June 24, 25, 26, 2019

July 15, 16, 17, 2019

August 12, 13, 14, 2019

August 15, 16, 17, 2019


To Provide a Fun and Nurturing Environment, Leading Children to a Christ-Like Character.

Our aim is to instruct the children from various social, religious, and cultural backgrounds morally, spiritually and socially by introducing them to the Christian faith and values and encouraging them sensitively to understand their need for a personal commitment to Jesus Christ. By doing that, we try to make-up for all the damage and hurt that is affecting them in a war-torn region that has been suffering for decades from all sorts of political religious conflicts and wars.

We are glad to see leaders in ministry who once were campers.