The world has expressed shock and anger over gruesome scenes of Syrian women and children laying dead after brutal attacks by government-led forces.
Still, little has been done to stop President Bashar Assad's regime, which has continuously denied any attempts to harm or hinder citizens protesting the government.
More than 100,000 Syrians have already fled to Jordan to escape the ongoing violence. And Christians still in Syria are facing mounting hostility from radical Islamists.
Tom Doyle, vice-president and Middle East director for e3 Partners, called the situation in Syria "one of the largest humanitarian disasters in the Middle East" in the last decade.
E3 Parnters works with church leaders across the region and has been helping thousands of Syrian refugees who've fled to nearby countries.
Doyle spoke more about what Syrians are facing and what people can be praying for as the situation unfolds.
Stay with CBNNews.com for his comments on the June 15 edition of Christian World News.