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Jeremiah 33:3

September 24—Please pray today for SGA-sponsored missionary pastors in the Caucasus Mountain regions of Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia. Opposition to the Gospel can be strong in this region, especially where Islam is dominant.

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Insight from Michael

Reading through the articles in this issue of InSight, it’s not hard for me to feel a deep sense of joy at what God is doing through your faithful partnership. This is especially the case as I see the fruitful ministry SGA-sponsored missionary pastors and their churches are having among children and youth.
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First Thanksgiving Day in Ukraine

On Sunday September 17, Ukraine saw an amazing unity of Christian churches and ordinary Ukrainians coming together for our country’s First Thanksgiving Day in central Kiev.
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Encouraging the Church in Ukraine

SGA president Michael Johnson had a wonderful meeting where he heard from some of the 107 missionary pastors across Ukraine. They talked about a variety of ministries including church planting, Chernobyl ministries, and initiatives to minister to children with physical challenges, just to name a few.
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Growing In Christ Through Summer Camp Ministry

The 2017 SGA Summer Camp season has come to a close, but we're still receiving wonderful stories of young lives that have been impacted, with your support, by the Good News of Jesus Christ. Here, we have two young people with two different backgrounds, both getting to know the same Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
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Insight from Michael

This past spring, I traveled with SGA president emeritus Bob Provost to attend the Class of 2017 Graduation Ceremony at Irpen Biblical Seminary in Ukraine. What a wonderful experience it was for me to see how the Lord has blessed the school through their diligent labors and your faithful support!
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Putting His Faith on the Line

The Lord laid the people of one town on Artyom's heart. Eight months ago, upon hearing that the pastor had left the church, Artyom made up his mind—along with his friend Oleg—to move there for a time and assist.
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