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God’s Compassion at Work

In Ukraine’s northwest Volyn region, SGA-sponsored missionary pastor Vladimir Savich has been hard at work sowing the seeds of the Gospel with every opportunity. He is one of the faithful pastors involved in SGA-sponsored Compassion Ministry, distributing food parcels and Christian evangelistic literature to several families—16 adults and 27 children in all. He reports that the steady, ongoing labor has not been in vain . . .

Mykola's precious young family has been attending Vladimir's church. Pray for them to come to faith in Christ as they seek answers in Ukraine's national crisis.

Mykola’s precious young family has been attending Vladimir’s church. Pray for them to come to faith in Christ as they seek answers in Ukraine’s national crisis.

Almost all the children from the families we help attend our Sunday school classes. We have also seen the adults beginning to attend the church services as well. One elderly lady who is raising a grandchild became a widow not long ago. She began coming to the church right after our first meeting with her. Another man named Peter came to faith in Christ and will be baptized soon. Mykola and his wife have 10 children and live in a nearby village. Five of the children come to Sunday school. Mykola himself is a policeman, and he has begun asking many questions about God, about the church, and about how to deal with this year’s events in our country. They have been to our church services, and please pray for them as they are in earnest search for the truth.

Your gifts help SGA-sponsored missionary pastors like Vladimir distribute food parcels and evangelistic Christian literature to needy families in their regions.

Your gifts help SGA-sponsored missionary pastors like Vladimir distribute food parcels and evangelistic Christian literature to needy families in their regions.

There are other wonderful testimonies from pastors in both Belarus and Ukraine—collected as they visit needy families and share the compassion of Christ. The deep poverty that exists is heartbreaking, and the spiritual poverty is even more devastating. As Vladimir noted, the events that continue to transfix Ukraine are driving many to ponder ultimate questions about God and their eternal destiny. Your prayers and support are helping to share . . . the hope we have as an anchor of the soul, a hope both sure and steadfast . . . (Hebrews 6:19).

We will be posting additional updates on the crisis in Ukraine, and how the churches are responding to help needy families. We have also updated our Crisis Evangelism Fund page with some new information. Please continue to intercede in prayer as the life-changing Gospel goes forth!

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