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Man carrying supplies besides a Turkish field.

Grit for Survival

Syrian refugees to Turkey arrive at a fertile, productive country but quickly learn they have no access to it, as language, cultural and legal barriers confine them to run-down apartments or makeshift camps where they lug supplies from indigenous missionaries to their tents. They have urgent needs for food, clean water, baby formula, diapers and medicine. "The conditions of the suffering refugees are getting worse day by day, hour by hour," the director of a ministry based in Turkey said. "So we are praying to be able to show them the mercy of the Lord, with God touching their hearts through this way. Please pray we can preach the gospel not only to refugees, but also to every unreached people in Adana. We have to hurry to give them a hand."

Help meet physical/spiritual needs of Middle East refugees
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