Ukraine Update 3/18

I remember a trip when three of us went to Lysychansk last summer. Some soldiers were accompanying us and they were very hesitant to move forward, stopping frequently for smoke breaks along the side of the road. We realized that they were not interested in going in, so we just prayed and decided to go in on our own. We trusted God to get us and the supplies and medicines to the people who needed it, with or without military escort. God delivered, kind of like He did for Ezra (Ez 8:21-22). We weren’t ashamed to have the military escort, but they were not necessary to complete the mission. Then, the three of us were glad that the PCCR leadership gave us the autonomy make a decision and go on our own under, the Lord’s leadership and protection.
~From a volunteer

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