Thanks to the generosity of friends like you, the first shipment of generators is arriving at SGA-supported churches in Ukraine. And just in time! Over the last few weeks the weather has turned bitter cold, and electricity is failing due to constant bombardment of Ukraine’s infrastructure. By God’s grace, and through your support and prayers, aid is now arriving and will continue to be distributed: 143 generators over the next few days.
Please rejoice with each SGA-supported church represented in the images below — and keep praying that God will continue to draw more Ukrainians to Himself as congregations become Centers of Heat and Hope.
Here is generator now installed in one church in the Kyiv region:
Another church in Kyiv is grateful to supporters like you for the generator that helps light the hall, the operation of the equipment, and the use of the premises when there is no electricity.
Another church in Kyiv is very thankful for their generator!
The last church pictured here is also in the Kyiv region, and sends this special letter of thanks:
Dear brothers and sisters, Grace to you and peace from our Lord Jesus Christ. [Our church] thanks you. From the first days of the war, our church has been fulfilling the commission of Jesus Christ: “Let your world shine before people, so that they see your good deeds and glorify your Heavenly Father.”
Thanks to God that He put it on your heart to join our needs and take part in material service, namely we thank you for the help provided in the form of a light generator. This will help us provide light and warmth to forcibly displaced persons from the war zone, to whom we provided shelter in the premises of our church.
May the Lord bless you for every good deed and reward you a hundredfold.
Pastors Mykhailo and Ihor
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.