Dear Family and Friends,
As you all know, during the last seven years, Middle East has been going through a hard time of war and hatred. Innocent people by the hundreds of thousands were killed. This situation assures us that we are in the right place. At the front line, we are continuing our role as salt and light; helping refugees and answering their needs.

We need prayer warriors as we face lots of challenges daily. Thank you for standing with us.
 “And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people.” Ephesians 6:18

And to our US partners, especially those in Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, we would like to inform you that we will be in the USA this June, and available to meet with you all at once.
We would like to share with you our newsletter for April. Praying for abundant blessings.
Nabeeh and Ruba Abbassi

Season Four of TV Program Broadcasting Now

Dialogue between Generations

This season talks about differences of opinions, tastes, beliefs, and other social and cultural norms that exist between older and younger generations which are often widened by technological advances.
Those differences and commonalities will be discussed in each episode to help our audience get more awareness on both points of view, and the woman to feel that her voice is heard and understood. Practical suggested solutions will be shared from both hosts who represent each generation.

Twenty-four episodes 15 minutes each are now running on Sat-7 Satellite station. The broadcast will be published on YouTube and shared on Facebook. This program reaches millions of Arabs.

A wonderful new season! Thank you for caring about the issues that are really important, such as the ones relating to the family. I wish the time of the program was longer to give more emphasis on some of the areas of discussion. Presenters were great and the conversation was spontaneous. From Jordan



We need all hands support


Our Next Conference is coming next September. Will you be part of it by sponsoring one or more participant(s) from Iraq, Sudan, and Syria at a cost of $1500?

Click here to donate.
We are incredibly grateful for any amount of financial support. And we also covet your prayers, as we continue to walk in obedience to the specific call of God for ACCTS.

A Balance in Life Roles

AWT gave a lecture to the women’s group at St. Paul’s Anglican/Episcopal Church, Amman. Attendees were basically refugees or poor Jordanians living in Ashrafiyeh region.

Women were amazed by the Biblical truth about the topic. And how Jesus himself lived a balanced life on earth and seeks that they themselves may enjoy good health and that all may go well with them, even as their soul is getting along well. The Biblical scriptures and examples shared brought comfort to the women who live in poor, unsettled conditions. Such as the virtuous wife or the ideal woman example, and the story of Mary and Martha.

The women were challenged to pursue a healthier, more balanced lifestyle in order to be successful and fruitful. They were also encouraged not to worry and be upset about many things, and to choose what is better, as Mary did, and it will not be taken away from her.”

“A refugee woman, one of the participants was vulnerable enough to open up and accept a prayer for relief and God’s intervention. She has been facing financial challenges and wasn’t able to provide treatment for her son. She lost self-confidence, to a point where she became careless about herself. Praying for her to step out in faith and make a decision for change.”

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At the Community Center




  • The Sewing Training Program continues to Impact. Seven ladies were equipped with professional sewing skills that may help them in the future to launch their own income generating projects.  Learn more


“I learned a lot of skills during the three-month training period, and the most important thing I learned was to rely on myself in everything. It was an honor for me to have been accepted into the program. The center is like my second home and the staff members were like family, because of the way they welcomed me in addition to their behavior toward us. And furthermore their great love for the beneficiaries and their children.”



  • Fourteen women graduated from the Soap Making Program. It was an emotional moment when some of the ladies started crying before leaving the center. Learn more

“Eight years ago, I lost my husband. My life changed and my social life stopped. I couldn’t go outside my house again, meet people or build new friendships. I am grateful to have been accepted to join this program despite my age (I am sixty-two years old). The center gave me hope. They helped me get rid of my sorrow and despair. I feel respected! I’ll keep on coming to the center."


Awareness Sessions


  • A psycho-social support workshop was held aiming at bringing awareness to mothers on how they are influencing their children’s lives for better or for worse.  Learn more


  • An awareness session was held with regard to Child Marriage and its dangerous and critical effects. Learn more


“Before coming to the lecture, I decided to get my daughter out of the school because of the death of her father. But now, after this lecture, I found myself mistaken and I will encourage her to complete her studies."


Praise God for

  • New opportunities to impact people.
  • Children smiles and improved lives of Syrian Refugee families.
  • A memorable, refreshing ACCTS annual picnic to Northern Jordan.



Prayer for

  • AWT is facing a major deficit this year.
  • Funding our agricultural project that will bring benefit to Syrian refugees, in addition to disabled and poor people.
  • Our new television broadcast that it reaches as many people as possible.


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