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All articles in category Ukraine

June 2015

Making a difference in Ukraine – Reaching families for Christ in Ukraine

Our desire is to bring people (parents and kids) into a relationship with God. We realise that to do this we have to build long-term relationships and also show, through godly everyday living, what being a Christian is. When we first had the idea for an English Summer camp, to reach the children in…

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June 2015

Making a difference in Ukraine – Troubled nation: gospel opportunity

Ukraine is much in the news today, since the annexing of Crimea by Russia and with the continuing conflict on Ukraine’s eastern borders. Its politicians struggle with an economy that has been devastated by the loss of its eastern industrial base resulting in a free falling GDP, heavy currency devaluation and rising gas prices…

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Ukraine’s agony
September 2014

Ukraine’s agony

Our country, and particularly eastern Ukraine, as you will know, is in turmoil. There is an endless stream of hatred, grief, despair, casualties and destruction. People are in fear and without any means of subsistence. Houses of Prayer and the offices of Christian organisations have been occupied by militia and are often used to…

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August 2014

‘Around the World’ children’s camp, Ukraine

From June 14-21, a team of local, dedicated and energetic Christians held a week-long camp in western Ukraine for 75 children, aged between 7 and 13. Set within a large wood, with ponds, playing fields and several million mosquitoes, the camp was located at an ex-communist ‘pioneer camp’ that was bought by a Christian…

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Church planting among Roma people in Ukraine
February 2013

Church planting among Roma people in Ukraine

Church planting among Roma people in UkraineAlexei Bezkorovaynyy shares his testimony as to how the Lord first saved him and now uses him in outreach to his own peopleMy life was full of darkness and helplessness. Only God could save me from the grip of Satan. I accepted Christ in winter 2007. Before that,…

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February 2012

Nadya’s story

Nadya's storyWe visited my parents to say goodbye. I didn't know how to say we were leaving, but as I began to talk I saw how hard it was for them. It was August 1991, the time of the tank putsch in Red Square, Moscow. Dad said, 'What are you doing? Where are you…

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July 2007

Missionary Spotlight – Prison ministry in Ukraine

Prison ministry in Ukraine In November 1992, shortly after Ukraine had won independence from the Soviet Union, Vic Jackopson was asked by the Baptist World Alliance to go to Ukraine as part of a fact-finding mission. While there, he preached at the only Baptist church in the city of Cherkassy. Asked by the deacons…

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March 2004

Missionary Spotlight – Ukraine testimony

My name is Aleksandr. I was born in western Ukraine and my childhood was typical of many who were educated by communist (Komsomol) pioneers. We were taught the non-existence of God and the essential greatness of man. After I had been to a Komsomol republican camp ('Young Guards') I became leader of the youth…

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