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IDOMENI, Greece (BP) -- A border crossing between Greece and Macedonia has presented what some Southern Baptists in Virginia believe is among the best opportunities in years to reach Muslims with the Gospel.
In the past four months, more than a quarter million people, most of them Muslim, have passed north into Macedonia through a border crossing at the Greek village of Idomeni. Many are refugees from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan leaving family, homes and occupations to search for a life without war, turmoil and the threat of death. At a local refugee camp, Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia volunteer teams have sought to administer a humanitarian touch and find ways to share the saving message of Jesus. Read More