The refugee crisis in Europe may be one of the most significant opportunities for the spread of the gospel on that continent since the fall of the Iron Curtain. Many churches in Western Europe are engaging these newcomers in holistic ministry. From February to May 2018, seventeen leaders were interviewed from fourteen ministries engaged in refugee ministry in Greece and Germany to explore refugee ministry realities and practices in these two nations with contrasting policies. The research describes the shifting refugee situation, the shifting context, the relationship between these ministries and government, refugee ministry approaches, spiritual openness among refugees, and observations from frontline practitioners.
Thompson, J. P. (2019). Christian Ministry to Refugees in the Contrasting Settings of Greece and Germany. Great Commission Research Journal, 10(2), 30-49. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol10/iss2/3