From a fatherless street kid to father-figure for refugee children, one man tells about God's incredible work in his life and in Lebanon.
Muhammad’s father died when he was young, and he grew up more or less on Beirut’s streets. His mother sent him to a nearby church’s Sunday school in hopes that it would keep him out of trouble.
As he grew older, he had more and more questions for the Sunday school teachers who seemed like the only people in his world with the patience and kindness to listen.
He tried to be a good Muslim and study the Quran, but he was disturbed by what he found in it.