Weep with those who weep: U.S.-Syria policy

The situation in Syria is the world’s largest humanitarian crisis, according to the United Nations. It is easy to feel overwhelmed by what is happening and to lose hope that it is possible to make a difference.

Yet we owe it to our brothers and sisters in Syria to support them during this difficult time. The apostle Paul calls us to “rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep” (Romans 12:15). We cannot simply turn away and ignore the suffering and violence, in which our government plays a role.

Click here to send a letter to your Members of Congress on Syria.

Contents:

  1. “We can’t reach peace through violence”Syria Cover
  2. Lebanese youth leaders commit to peace
  3. Lending a helping hand
  4. Worship resources

  5. Facts about Syria
  6. Policy principles and resources for learning more

Download the full Washington Memo print edition (PDF)

 

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