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Jeremiah 33:3

September 30—Reflection: We conclude the month with King David’s prayer and song of praise ... In You, O Lord, I have taken refuge; let me never be ashamed; in Your righteousness deliver me (Psalm 31:1).

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Innercircle Perspective

Through God’s providence, I was in Kiev in November 1989 when God gloriously answered the prayers of countless millions of Christians world-wide, and began bringing the Berlin Wall crashing down.
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Nothing is Too Difficult for Our God

In a strategic region of Belarus, Pastor Boris is diligently laboring for the sake of the Gospel. Summer children’s camp season recently concluded, and the enemy tried to raise numerous obstacles to keep the camp sessions from happening. But . . . the things that are impossible with people are possible with God (Luke 18:27).
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The Quiet Witness of a Child

Across Russia and her neighboring countries, there are many regions where Islam is dominant. Evangelical churches in these areas must carry out their ministry very discreetly due to the potential danger involved. But they share the Gospel faithfully, and the Holy Spirit works through the preaching of His Word in the hearts of those who hear.
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Reaching Special Needs Children in Belarus

SGA-sponsored missionary pastor Valery O. just sent us a wonderful report from their summer camp ministry season, which has now concluded. Please pray for the children reached, asking the Lord to continue His work in their hearts.
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Innercircle Perspective

From 1917 until 1989, faithful Christians in Russia obeyed God rather than their oppressive atheistic government, no matter how high the cost. Untold thousands were fined, endured long prison terms or were forced into gulag slave labor. Countless numbers were shot or killed in various barbaric ways. Our Russian brothers and sisters were severely tested and found faithful. Every Christian family was affected.
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Ukraine Missions Forum: Young Ukrainian Believers Challenged to Reach Their Nation

Every tragedy, conflict, and hardship are divinely provided platforms to display the grace and glory of God. Ukrainian believers have seen the last two years filled with tears, tragedy, and hardship. No one in the country has escaped the effects of the conflict. Yet by God’s design, it is in the midst of trials and hardship that believers can most visibly and verbally bear witness to the life-saving Gospel.
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