Serving Ukraine since 1998
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We presently have 1 full time missionary, several volunteers from our local church and we have hired a pastor for the church. We covet your prayers as we serve the community during this very difficult time in Ukraine.
Despite the ‘noise’, the center is open daily with kids enjoying, games, Bible classes, Sunday worship, weekly cooking classes, academic tutoring, English classes, and much more. Internally Displaced people visit frequently for help.
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Current URGENT Needs
3/1/2016 – we have 23 SMALL/Regular ‘woods(greens/browns)’ camo jackets, but no pants… can anyone help us on this???
3/1/2016 – Summer camp volunteers – we plan to have 6 summer camps for kids here in the ATO. 4 camps for school children, one for orphans, and one for 20 physically and mentally challenged kids/young adults. Camp dates: June 20 – 24, June 27 – July 1; July 11 – 15, July 18 – 22, July 25 – 29, August 1 – 5. Please contact us for complete details
1/25/2016 – $6800. to purchase a house for a native family that have been approved to adopt 3 girls from the local orphan shelter, please see our ‘gofundme‘ for complete details. UPDATE: House has been purchased on credit, still taking donations to offset this debt.
12/31/2015 – Amazing year and we appreciate your continual support to underwrite this ministry – we look forward to continuing the work in 2016
05/14/2015 – funds to help with our work: If you are in Ukraine, you can wire money directly into our account: Privat Bank: 5168757222905434 In the U.S. please go to ‘how you can help’ in the above menu.
5/14/2015 – children’s clothing 0-10 (boys and girls), mens – all sizes up to 1X, tylenol/ibroprofen, sport shoes for men (black) and women (any). We do not need ‘dress’ clothing or shoes, only sport and casual, no rips or tears. Please contact us for more needs.
01/08/2015 – We continue to covet your prayers for the country of Ukraine, as we help the local children, and community deal with the unrest here. Please contact us directly for specific areas of support.
(2015) As the ‘landscape’ of Ukraine has changed, and those we serve has expanded, we continue to share Jesus with not only orphans, but all people (the local poor, widows, invalids, single moms, large families, and soldiers) that cross our path.
Recent developments with UA orphans:
Due to the war (ATO), most of the orphans have been moved to middle and western Ukraine for their own safety.
As laws in U.S. and U.A. have changed, the picture of international adoption has taken on a different appearance. After July 14, 2014, persons desiring to adoption internationally will be required to use a Hague accredited agency. Please contact us directly for complete details.
Thank you for your continued generous support of this ministry – YOU are changing lives