Help share food, clothing, and other critical supplies along with the life-changing Gospel.
People in various parts of the former Soviet Union have been living in trauma. Children and youth are thrown into situations they may find impossible to understand, while their parents struggle to make sense out of conflict that is increasingly hard to explain or endure. Only the God of the Bible can bring peace and hope through the saving grace of Jesus Christ and the life-changing work of the Holy Spirit. Your gifts in support of SGA ministry to people in crisis is used to help bring hope and peace from God.
Please ask the Lord to draw a displaced Ukrainian woman and her family nearer to Him. Anna fled from the Nova Kakhovka region in Ukraine, where the dam on the Dnieper River was blown up. In her family’s new home, they have received physical and spiritual care from Pastor Andrew’s church. “We believe that God is working with our hearts and soon we will join the church, too,” Anna says. “I really want to and I pray for it and we will glorify God together as a family!”
Help the Hurting
The wounds of conflict run deep. Body and soul feel the impact and pain that only God can truly heal. Your support of the Crisis Evangelism Fund meets deep human needs in Jesus’ name.
When SGA began seeking support for our Crisis Evangelism Fund, the violence in Ukraine was only just beginning. Thanks to you, our partners, we were quickly able to begin equipping the evangelical churches with emergency funds to provide food parcels and other assistance to refugees from eastern Ukraine and the Crimea region.
As time went on and the fighting continued unabated in the east, SGA staff and UECB church leaders discreetly toured the combat zones to assess the local needs of SGA-sponsored missionary pastors and their congregations. The pastors and their families had significant needs themselves. But the opportunity for Gospel ministry had been granted by the Lord. Faithfully, they have seized it by taking the love of Christ to unbelieving families whose lives had been shattered.