Helping an Injured Child and Mother Find Healing

War victims in Ukraine are thankful for your help

War victims in UkraineThe war in Eastern Ukraine has been devastating enough for families struggling to survive in this dangerous region since 2014. But imagine enduring even more … such as an unthinkable, life-threatening tragedy that struck a mother and her child.

Thanks to your generous support and prayers, our SGA team members have been able to reach out with the hope of the Gospel and financial aid to Svetlana and Angelina.

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Your first gift to SGA is a blessing, and we thank you for helping to transform the lives of Russian-speaking orphans by providing a Bible, food, clothing, and weekly discipleship visits for six months. Through your generosity know that God is using you to help orphans start new lives as their hearts are won for Christ.

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Read their story of gratefulness, as shared by our team member Volkova, and how God is bringing healing…

We are helping a young mother named Svetlana and her 8-year-old daughter Angelina. They have been in the hospital for six months after being badly burned in a fire. They had been forced to move from an apartment in eastern Ukraine because it was destroyed by shelling in the war. The rented apartment they had moved to had a defective gas line.

War victims in UkraineWhen Svetlana turned on the lights, the gas exploded and she was caught in the flames. Her daughter heard Svetlana screaming and when she ran into the room, she was also burned. Both have undergone multiple surgeries and will need further treatment. We heard about their situation from other believers, and we have visited them regularly, taking them funds to help with their treatment as well as Christian literature.

We and the family are very thankful to God for His provision. Please pray for Svetlana and her daughter, for their healing and for their salvation!
—Volkova

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Helping an Injured Child and Mother Find Healing

War victims in Ukraine are thankful for your help

War victims in UkraineThe war in Eastern Ukraine has been devastating enough for families struggling to survive in this dangerous region since 2014. But imagine enduring even more … such as an unthinkable, life-threatening tragedy that struck a mother and her child.

Thanks to your generous support and prayers, our SGA team members have been able to reach out with the hope of the Gospel and financial aid to Svetlana and Angelina.

Help Others in Need
Logo SGA

YOU ARE GIVING A GIFT OF

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You may make this donation with confidence that your transaction is encrypted and secure.

Logo SGA
Thank you for your gift of !
In of:
Mailing/Street Address:
Your Message:

Your first gift to SGA is a blessing, and we thank you for helping to transform the lives of Russian-speaking orphans by providing a Bible, food, clothing, and weekly discipleship visits for six months. Through your generosity know that God is using you to help orphans start new lives as their hearts are won for Christ.

Would you like to add an extra comment?


 
Read their story of gratefulness, as shared by our team member Volkova, and how God is bringing healing…

We are helping a young mother named Svetlana and her 8-year-old daughter Angelina. They have been in the hospital for six months after being badly burned in a fire. They had been forced to move from an apartment in eastern Ukraine because it was destroyed by shelling in the war. The rented apartment they had moved to had a defective gas line.

War victims in UkraineWhen Svetlana turned on the lights, the gas exploded and she was caught in the flames. Her daughter heard Svetlana screaming and when she ran into the room, she was also burned. Both have undergone multiple surgeries and will need further treatment. We heard about their situation from other believers, and we have visited them regularly, taking them funds to help with their treatment as well as Christian literature.

We and the family are very thankful to God for His provision. Please pray for Svetlana and her daughter, for their healing and for their salvation!
—Volkova

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