Reach Refugee Kids – Summit 2017

Reach Refugee Kids – Summit 2017


In the heart of the Middle East, Syria has
faced years of unrest and civil war. And ISIS, in the midst of that chaos, has
taken an opportunity to create more chaos, to create mass genocide and torture, causing
4 million people to flee the country. 4 million people. The countries surrounding Syria weren’t ready
for that number of people, mass exodus of the country itself. They didn’t have the resources to take care
of it. In fact, most of the world didn’t. Lebanon, a country close to Syria, has opened
its borders and its doors to reach out to those refugees and allowed them to come pouring
in. But truthfully, it only has a quarter of the
financial assets it needs to aid those people. Most of those Syrian refugees are living on
aid and in fact about 51% of those refugees are kids. These Syrian refugee children are open and
receptive, like most children, to the gospel. And they need to know the hope and love of
Jesus Christ at this crucial time in their life. So, how can we help? How can we help these kids and these refugee
camps? Food, school supplies, just basic stuff that
you wake up every day and is already in your home. Stuff that’s sitting in your locker is a mind-blowing
pressing need for all of them. We’re asking you to help us. To make a donation. To meet the basic needs of the kids in these
refugee camps. To find some friends and do a fundraiser or
find another way to raise some money just to meet the basic human needs of these Syrian
refugee kids. A 100% of the money you donate will be handed
over to an Awana leader in Lebanon to help meet the basic human needs of those Syrian
refugee kids. And in meeting those needs, in one adult literally
handing over simple stuff like school supplies and food, we open the door and have the opportunity
to share the hope of Jesus Christ. Not only to meet their basic human needs but
to meet their need for eternal life. The opportunity is in front of us. We know that we can reach out and help these
kids in the Syrian refugee camp. And God is calling us to love the unloved,
to bring hope to the people who have none. And He is calling us to help. Will you join us in doing that?

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