Editor’s Note: The report and image below were provided by an SGA-supported pastor in Ukraine.
In excerpts from SGA-supported Pastor Andrei’s recent report, see how God is at work through your partnership and the churches that together we serve in Ukraine . . .
Our church team visited several needy families last week. There was a family from [a war-torn Ukrainian city] among them. The family consists of husband Igor, wife Lyuba and their children Sonia (12) and Svitlanka (9) . . . They hid in basements at night for about two weeks. There was nothing to eat. Their home was destroyed by a rocket fired into their house . . .
For almost an hour we did nothing but were listening to them . . . We gave this family two grocery bags because they arrived without any belongings. We pointed out that it was God’s mercy that they were still alive. We prayed for them and their relatives, hugged and cried together. We said that we attended the church, shared the Gospel, and invited them to the Sunday service and to the home group. We have been praying for this family and are going to continue to support them.
Please pray with Andrei that Igor, Lyuba, their children, and many more Ukrainians impacted by the war will seek and find the Lord and receive Him as their Savior.
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