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Recently, some friends of ours in Ukraine shared with us a very special video about just how far a simple gift of $10 can go and we wanted to share it with you. Watch the video below and click here to be taken to the story.


Jeremiah 33:3

September 4—Please pray in advance for churches that will be participating in the SGA-sponsored Immanuel’s Child Christmas ministry this year. Churches are already gathering resources, and are praying that many children will be reached with the Gospel.

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Innercircle Perspective

In November 1989, Pastor Yakov Kuzmich Dukhonchenko, a pastor in Kiev who had spent time in prison for preaching the Gospel, told me that he’d heard that they were bringing down the Berlin Wall. But he was not happy about it.

From Prison to the Pastorate

At 41, Pastor Oleg counts himself blessed of the Lord for his fruitful ministry in Ukraine. Oleg, who is studying at the SGA-sponsored Irpen Biblical Seminary while simultaneously pastoring, recently shared his story with us. Reflecting on his youth, Oleg says that his life would have turned out very differently had God not intervened.

Special Video Report from Ukraine

Earlier this year, a young SGA partner named Charlotte from a supporting church in Alaska sent in a gift of $10 for SGA’s Crisis Evangelism Fund. Her intent was to help Ukrainian churches distribute bread and other aid to needy refugee families. Charlotte’s loving, caring gift went farther than she could have imagined.

New Fighting Erupts in Ukraine

Early today, we began receiving reports that heavy fighting has again broken out in eastern Ukraine. The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense said that separatists had launched an artillery barrage, with government forces counterattacking. The combat is taking place near the village of Staronativka near Donetsk. The Kiev Post, as well as Reuters, Interfax-Ukraine, and other media were all reporting on various segments of this new flare up of violence.

Prayer Update on Mark Somervell

On this Lord’s Day, I am writing again to give you the latest news on the condition of Mark Somervell, the son of SGA/New Zealand board chairman Pastor Peter Somervell. Mark was critically injured last week in a motorcycle accident, losing one of his legs—and the surgeons are trying valiantly to save his remaining leg.

Compassion for the Suffering in Ukraine

After I finished preaching Sunday at an SGA-supporting church in Illinois, something very special happened. God is continuing to prompt the hearts of believers here in North America to help refugee families in Ukraine.

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