Syria is complicated. But American Christians shouldn’t use that complexity as an excuse for silence
Aleppo today has faded from the headlines. If the news cycle has moved on, it should not mean that our hearts should too. The humanitarian situation in the city is still extremely precarious, and the number of internally displaced people ever higher, with all the logistical problems this implies. In such a situation, it is easy to feel helpless.
What is the North American Christian's responsibility to those who are persecuted for their faith? Joel Veldkamp gives us advice on how we should act and respond.