Ukraine War Refugee Updates

Ukrainian Refugee Report 8-28-22

Ukrainian Refugee Report 8-28-22 Firewood to stockpile for the coming winter  In Perils of…  We are so blessed to live in a land where we feel safe! Of course, we face dangers from time to time but usually not because of our faith. Listen to the Apostle Paul’s testimony in 2 Corinthians 11:26: In journeyings often, in perils of waters,

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Ukrainian Refugee Report 7-10-22

Ukrainian Refugee Report 6-25-22  Working Together to Meet the Needs Hunger. Do you know what it is like to be truly hungry? Most of us in America hardly know what REAL hunger feels like. That deep nausea of craving something, anything, to eat. Just a glimpse of a restaurant or grocery store sign is enough to bring raw cravings deep

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Ukrainian Refugee Report 6-25-22

Ukrainian Refugee Report 6-25-22 Aid Deliveries Require Fuel Lines Waiting For Fuel No listed price means sold out. No more fuel is available. The opportunity for spiritual ministry is enormous!  One Million How much is one million? It’s a one with six zeros behind it. I have seen crowds that numbered in the thousands, but I have never seen one

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Ukrainian Refugee Report 5-30-22

Ukrainian Refugee Report 5-30-22 This man was homeless but is now a believer and has a home at House of Hope. One of his legs keeps getting shorter… This girl, an orphan since childhood, has found a family, a home, and an occupation at House of Hope. The House of Hope This blind grandfather lived for two weeks under bombardment

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Ukrainian Refugee Report 4-16-22

Ukrainian Refugee Report 4-16-22 The man Moses gifted us with the poetic scripture of  Psalm 90. The introduction to this piece introduces him as the man, perhaps because he saw, felt, and experienced suffering that few prior to him had been able to express in poetic language.   Who can miss the deep emotion in Ps 90:9? “For all our days

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Ukrainian Refugee Report 4-8-22

Thanks From Recipients 4-8-22 “Thank you for the blessings of God! Today the Church was again talking about evacuation. Sisters in the Church, especially young sisters, are very afraid of military operations and Russian soldiers. We know and see their cruelty, but the pastor of the Church encourages Christians to be faithful and serve the people here, not to run

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Ukrainian Refugee Report 4-1-22

Ukrainian Refugee Report 4-1-22 Many years ago, amidst the pressures of early church leadership, Timothy read these words from his mentor; “Thou therefore endure hardness, as a good soldier of Jesus Christ. No man that warreth entangleth himself with the affairs of this life; that he may please him who hath chosen him to be a soldier.” (II Tim. 2:3-4)

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Ukrainian Refugee Report 3-19-22

Ukrainian Refugee Report 3-19-22 Update from AURA – March 19, 2022 God’s people are promised many good things but escape from suffering is not one of them. Our Savior is a suffering Christ; His suffering has been the healing of multitudes.  Hearts around the whole world grieve and sympathize with the suffering and loss of the Ukrainian people today. What they

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Ukrainian Refugee Report 3-13-22

Ukrainian Refugee Report 3-13-22 Update from AURA – March 13, 2022 As the third week of war in Ukraine continues, critical needs resulting from it keep increasing. We are blessed to see God’s people join hands to help both our suffering fellow believers and others. From courageous souls risking their lives inside the country to get supplies to critical areas,

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Ukrainian Refugee Report 3-11-22

Ukrainian Refugee Report 3-11-22 Giving What We Cannot Keep Twenty years ago our family printed prayer cards before moving to Ukraine. On it was the quote “He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose.”- Jim Elliot. I used to wonder at Jim Elliot’s bravery. How could he risk his life like that?

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Ukrainian Refugee Report 3-2-22

Ukrainian Refugee Report 3-2-22 The People of the Mountains Far up the curvy mountain roads, away from the cities and the bustle of life, where the only rushing thing is the winding river that gurgles and babbles over the stones, are little houses built against the steep mountain sides. The people of these mountains are like the countryside they live in,

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