by Evelyn Adamson
Amid such trauma, Christians continue to have unprecedented opportunities to share the Good News.
"The worst humanitarian crisis of our day is opening doors among peoples we have never had access to before, and we are finding not just broken lives but open hearts," said James Keath*, IMB strategy leader for North Africa and the Middle East.
Keath and other Christian workers live in the midst of the Syrian refugees' daily suffering, but they are passionate about the reality of God's love and an openness to share that love.
Thousands of Syrians, weary from violence as well as dwindling food and medical supplies, continue to flee their country for a safer life elsewhere. Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan have set up camps along their borders...