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Editor’s Note: The following testimony and images were provided by an SGA team member in Ukraine.

The war in Ukraine has reached the two-year mark, and generous friends like you have not stopped giving to help deliver help and hope to suffering people. We are grateful for your support!

Through your generosity, God is providing the food and other urgently-needed supplies that SGA-supported churches in Poland pack and deliver by truck to Ukraine.

Once the trucks have arrived at SGA-supported churches like Pastor Mikhail’s, the aid is unloaded by congregation members and distributed to people in their communities. With each opportunity to provide practical help, the Gospel message is always shared.

Mikhail shares more in his recent ministry report about the food aid that makes life-changing ministry possible . . .

Our dear prayer friends. Greetings to you!

May our Almighty Lord strengthen each of us, make us steadfast, zealous, dedicated in serving Him! May He help each of us to overcome the daily challenges of this life and be faithful stewards of His eternal and saving Word! Abundant blessings in the new year!

Please accept our sincere gratitude for your continued prayerful and generous food support for the ministry in Ukraine! The Lord has allowed us to deliver over 22,000 food packages, over 50 tons of clothing, shoes, bedding, etc. since the beginning of the full-scale war in Ukraine. 4,800 people visited the Eye Clinic ministries and received medical care. Also, we made and sent more than 500 stoves to the frontline area. A huge amount of Christian literature was handed out.

Last December, we began Bible study with the first group of ten refugees. During the year four groups were formed with a total of 120 people. This past Christmas, we organized Christmas services for our “students.” The room we rent for our church worship services does not have that many seats. Therefore, three groups of 90 people were invited to the morning service. There was a repentance time. After the service there was a buffet and food packages for refugees. In the evening, there was a service for the church and the fourth group of refugees—30 people. There was also a buffet after the service and food packages for everyone. Praise God! The next day, four more refugee groups of 30 people each were formed for Bible study. Thus, we now have eight refugee Bible study groups totaling 240 people. Now we won’t be holding general meetings for refugees with 240 to 250 people, because it is physically too hard.

Thank you so much for your prayers and for your generous support in our ministry! Without food aid coming from Poland with love, our ministry would not be possible! Please, continue to pray for us and, if possible, keep supporting us and the ministry in Ukraine! Blessings to you, dear friends!

Pastor Mikhail

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