Editor’s Note: The images and report below were provided by SGA-supported pastors and their churches in Ukraine.
In a region of Ukraine where fighting continues, several SGA-supported churches continue to share the Gospel message and deliver emergency aid to people in great need. A bag of food, a bottle of medicine . . . these supplies are natural door openers for Ukrainians in desperate need. And God uses them as He opens hearts to hear more about Jesus and salvation through Him. “Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift” (2 Corinthians 9:15).
SGA-supported Pastor Sergei is pictured here with families and their children who came to services at the church. Praise God!
In another Ukrainian village that is besieged by the opposition, this man heard the Gospel message and received food brought to him by believers.
This woman’s name is Lula. She is 93 years old. She heard the Gospel when a food package was delivered to her house.
Lilya suffered a severe accident in her youth and has barely moved all of her life. Believers from an SGA-supported church were able to bring her pain medication. She is grateful!
This single mother was abandoned by her husband. She has five children and her granddaughter is picture here with her. All of the children went through the Sunday school of an SGA-supported church. Her youngest son, Ilya, and her granddaughter are now attending the church’s ministry!
This woman was a Ukrainian-language teacher at the school where SGA-supported missionary pastor Sergei studied. She also served as chairman of the village council for several years.
This disabled man’s name is Vova. He is thankful to receive care and receive emergency aid from God’s people.
In a time of great uncertainty, God is bringing help, healing, and hope to the people of Ukraine through SGA-supported pastors, churches, a seminary, and SGA-sponsored Compassion Ministry. Be a part of God’s incredible work with your generosity and prayer support.
Your gift of compassion helps struggling people with emergency aid that generally includes Scripture materials, food, medicine, warm clothing, and shoes.
Fellow believers in Ukraine are taking critical actions and risks to help those in need. In our recent report, Christians continue on in ministry despite difficult obstacles. Because of
The “new normal” looks different for many, and for Ukrainians caught in war, a new normal often entails great suffering. Facing harsh freezing temperatures, a lack of infrastructure, conflict,
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