By Kelly Ledbetter, Christian Examiner
SWEIDA, Syria (Christian Examiner) – After a car bomb went off in his city last month, a pastor is faced again with the choice to flee the encroaching reach of ISIS in Syria, but he doesn’t want to leave his new church.
In a report from Christian Aid Mission, the pastor, whose name has been withheld for security reasons, speaks out about his precarious situation, his fears for his family and church, and why he won’t leave.
“As ISIS pushes westward inside Syria, Christians are in the crosshairs,” said the Middle East director of Christian Aid Mission. “They’re running out of places where they can safely flee.”
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