The providential hand of the Lord has placed thousands of refugees within reach of various congregations of the Greek Evangelical Church who are actively seeking to be good stewards of this unique opportunity . . .
We may not be able to understand the ultimate reasons for the catastrophe that is unfolding before our eyes, but ought we not view this, in part, as an opportunity set before us by divine providence to do what we can to minister to these refugees, especially fellow believers who are being persecuted for their faith . . .