Preaching the Gospel

A few days ago, we went to check on a small village at the Ukrainian-Russian border. This village has around forty people, mostly elderly ladies who take care of their gardens and some animals. They occasionally experience explosions and shooting.

Every Sunday, Valia organises prayer meetings. Half of the village comes to hear the Word of God. So the first thing Valia wanted when we went there, was not the food we brought, but a service. She went from house to house, gathered her neighbours, and had them sit on an old, broken bench near a bus stop.

We were able to share a wonderful message about our Saviour. As a result, three people repented and committed their lives to Jesus Christ. The whole village prayed and praised the Lord together. It was a blessed time.

Thank you for your prayers and support! None of this would be possible without the generous support of  many individuals and organizations. Together, we can do this!

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