For He Himself is our peace (Ephesians 2:14)
Partners in the Gospel,
The ongoing global coronavirus pandemic has understandably dominated the airwaves and newspapers in recent days. The impacts have been serious here across North America and Europe, including our countries of service. These times present an urgent need for prayer, but also a vital opportunity for the Gospel and giving glory to our faithful Lord and Savior!
For the time being per governmental directives, SGA’s Loves Park, Illinois, office is closed as the Governor of Illinois has imposed a statewide “shelter in place” order. However, most of us are working remotely and are able to respond to phone or email enquiries. Also, you are still able to send in your faithful support by regular mail or through online giving. Please know that we deeply appreciate your patience as processing time might be impacted.
I can’t thank you enough for your faithfulness in the midst of such a challenge! The ministry needs go on, and the churches that we serve across Russia and her neighboring countries are diligently pressing on as they are able with whatever local constraints they are facing due to the pandemic.
In the coming days, we will have more to say about how the coronavirus situation is impacting the churches in the countries we serve, how you can help encourage their hearts, and how you can help support their outreaches. Please continue to pray for them, and for all of SGA’s overall ministries. Pray that we all will remain healthy and able to accomplish much ministry for the sake of the Gospel. Know that we are also praying for you and your families, trusting in our Lord’s sovereign grace and provision. We will keep you informed!
For our Savior,
One Russian Orphans Reborn team reached hundreds of children with the Gospel message through drama performances near the Ukraine border.
An Orphans Reborn team reaches children who have been abandoned by their parents and are in difficult circumstances.
Your donation will help change lives in former Soviet Union countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia.