Syrian children born after 2011 have known nothing of their home country but war. Their families have been scattered into various refugee camps around the world. Humanitarian needs continue to rise, and children fall further and further behind in their education. The plight of refugees has been called one of the largest humanitarian crises since World War II. This is a time for the church to act.
We can and should work to meet the enormous physical needs and engage the unprecedented openness to the gospel among refugees.