Help for refugees, A Christian Science perspective from The Christian Science Monitor.
Praying for those fleeing Islamic State.
The African and Middle Eastern refugees flooding Europe are causing many to question what responsibility we have toward them. Greece is desperately trying to help thousands of refugees fleeing the brutality of Islamic State. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees recently stated, “Despite the precarious situation facing the livelihoods of many Greek people, their response towards refugees has for the most part been welcoming and generous.” The volunteers helping refugees make their way to Europe through Macedonia are another example of help being given to our global neighbors (see “Seeking Refuge: Migrants trekking to EU find helping hands in Macedonia,” CSMonitor.com).
I deeply value this humanitarian aid and am impelled to break through human indifference and inaction with consecrated prayer. Read more
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