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Jeremiah 33:3

April 28—Pray for SGA’s leadership team—our president, Bob Provost, chief financial officer Beverly Braunsky, and Eric Mock, vice president of ministry operations. May the Lord grant them great wisdom as they develop our new Reach Russia Now emphasis.

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Innercircle Perspective

Across the Russian-speaking lands today, Easter is celebrated with first century excitement. It is amazing to behold! “Christos Voskres!” is heard everywhere and the response is always a resounding, “Voistinu Voskres!”
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Deadly Bombing Attack in St. Petersburg

Earlier today, we heard the news about the terrible bomb attack in the historic Russian city of St. Petersburg. Authorities say the explosion took place on a St. Petersburg metro train at 2:30 PM local time, and that it is a probable terrorist attack. Thus far, 10 people have been reported killed, and dozens of people were injured.
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Keep Praying for SGA-Sponsored Crisis Ministry in Ukraine

For more than four years, Ukraine’s eastern border has been torn apart by war. Some 10,000 lives have been lost, devastating many families and destroying homes. Thankfully, with the help of SGA partners, we’re able to support missionary pastors who are still working to bring the light of the Gospel into the darkness of war and bloodshed.
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Innercircle Perspective

Thank you again, for your prayers and your support. You are deeply appreciated. Your support sustains our ministries and your prayers empower all that we do and may it all bring for glory to Christ.
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Ukrainian Churches Plan Days of Prayer for Peace in Ukraine

Today I received a message from Pastor Valery Antonyuk, president of the Ukrainian Baptist Union. He reports that fighting has broken out again in the separatist eastern regions of the country, and that the churches are doing all they can to help affected families and individuals. In addition, the churches are planning special days of prayer on April 2 and 3, asking the Lord to bring an end to the war and for peace to return to Ukraine.
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A Warm Welcome for the Gospel in Ukraine

While Pastor Pavel Dudka’s church is located in western Ukraine, the people in his region are still affected by the war and bloodshed that is taking place in the eastern regions. Churches across Ukraine have been reaching out to refugees and other needy families, and God is using this troubled time to draw many to Himself. Pastor Pavel recently shared a wonderful account of how even city officials are open to hearing of Christ’s love.
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