by Reagan Hoezee
Mission Network News
Out of Syria’s 22 million citizens, 3.8 million have fled the country, while 7.8 million are internally displaced. Nearly half of the country is homeless, and over 450,000 Christians have lost their homes.
But while there may seem to be no hope in sight for the Middle East, God is still working.
Through the work of E3 Partners, many are finding temporary relief and a lasting peace. A group of gospel workers with E3 recently returned from Middle East, bringing humanitarian assistance and the hope of Christ to Syrian refugees.
Though violence has stolen refugees’ hope and hardened their hearts, many find joy from even the slightest act love.
“As dramatic as the statement might sound, the acts of atrocity are actually drawing people toward Jesus,” says E3’s Alexsa MacDowalls. “So we’ve actually seen a lot of wonderful things just taking place...