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Jeremiah 33:3

July 31—Reflection: We close July with this reminder from the Apostle John ... God is spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth (John 4:24). May He draw us to Himself closer than ever in the coming days.

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Innercircle Perspective

The turmoil and violence of the past few months in Ukraine has been heartbreaking and church leaders throughout the country quickly laid out a plan to respond to the needs of their people. To help them, SGA organized the Crisis Evangelism Fund.
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Innercircle Perspective

On Easter morning 2014, at the House of the Gospel Church in Kiev, Ukraine, the first message was preached by the Speaker of the Parliament and Acting President, our brother in Christ, Alexander Turchynov. It was truly an historic event.
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Orphans Reborn: Ministering to Orphans and Impacting Adults!

Not long ago, we shared a brief report from the SGA-sponsored Orphans Reborn team in St. Petersburg and the impact they are having in a local special needs school. With this article, we’d like to share a bit more of what Irina Orlova and the OR team members have been accomplishing since last year in […]
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Urgent Prayer Request from Israel

Today we are sharing an urgent prayer request received from an SGA ministry partner in Israel. He has generously granted permission to pass it on and share it with you—our faithful prayer partners.
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Ukrainian UECB Leader Interviewed on Louisville TV!

After visiting SGA's headquarters in Loves Park, Illinois, SGA's Sergei Omelchenko and Ukrainian Baptist Union leader Rev. Valery Antonyuk traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, for a series of fruitful meetings. While there, they were interviewed by Louisville TV station WDRB about the ongoing Ukrainian crisis.
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A Spiritual Harvest in Prison

The news from Ukraine in the past several months has largely been very grim, with violent conflict continuing in the eastern part of the country and ongoing political turmoil. But not all is grim, and in some locations, the brightest of lights is shining brightly. Even behind the walls of a dank, dark prison.
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Camp Ministry and Orphans Reborn in Orel

The Russian city of Orel is rich with history— created by Tsar Ivan the Terrible in the 1500s as a fortress. But this summer, Orel became a fortress of a different kind for local orphans and needy children—a fortress for love and truth.
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