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Jeremiah 33:3

June 28—Pray for director Rick Hemmingsen and his team at SGA/New Zealand. Our New Zealand family sponsors missionary pastors in Central Asia and other locations, who encourage many hearts. We are thankful for their dedication to the Gospel.

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Innercircle Perspective

All our wonderful reports are talking about our shared ministries. We are writing to tell you how God has been answering your prayers, blessing your support... and to express our deep appreciation.

Summer Camp Prayer Update

Lana Yusov, our children’s ministries coordinator, wrote to tell us she received an encouraging report from our summer camp workers in Smolensk. We rejoice to report that an investigations commission from Moscow has thoroughly inspected the Smolensk camp and has kindly has granted permission to proceed.

Prayer Alert: Summer Camp Drowning Tragedy

Please join the SGA family in prayer regarding a tragic drowning incident that took place Saturday in Russia’s Karelia region. Saturday, at least 15 children drowned in a local lake while at a summer camp—in this instance a secular camp and not run by the churches.

A Cotton Tales Testimony of Thanksgiving

Since SGA began assisting with the CottonTales project to help Ukrainian war refugees earlier this year, we have been receiving wonderful reports about the very real impact it is having in the lives of needy women and their families. Recently, a woman named Ludmila wrote to tell us her heartbreaking story, and to express her thanksgiving for the help she is receiving through the work provided by CottonTales.

A Man Called Hope

While visiting pastors and observing SGA-sponsored Bible training in Central Asia, I had an opportunity to meet a man who has serious physical challenges. His name is Umed, which translated into English means hope. And his story is indeed one of hope and trust in the Lord.

Rejoicing in St. Petersburg and in Heaven!

Not long ago, we shared a prayerful report from Irina Orlova, who serves as coordinator of the SGA-sponsored Orphans Reborn ministry in St. Petersburg, Russia. At the time, her grandson had been in the hospital, and while there visiting him, she met a young man named Vlad—also a patient. Together, Irina, her daughter-in-law, and her grandson shared their faith in Christ with Vlad. And now, Irina shares a joyful update with you, our faithful partners in prayer and ministry.

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