War actions in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions have become the hottest and most urgent problem in Ukraine. As a result, more than 580,000 children (*UNICEF data) have been affected and need social assistance. Unfortunately, such children are deprived of happy childhood and the opportunity to experience cheerful Christmas atmosphere for 5 years already. That is why charitable organization Global Christian Support plans to hold a Christmas tour for 500 children, who continue living in fear and under constant shootings. This Christmas tour will be held in 6 frontline cities on the Eastern Ukraine. In each city, GCS team plans to gather 70 children together with their parents who do not attend church, and thus to tell the good news of Jesus Christ birth. A team of volunteers will prepare a special Christmas program for children. The program includes a performance about the birth of Jesus, a lot of singing and other. The purpose of the tour is to give children a holiday of hope, to let them feel happiness of childhood. At the end of the program, Global Christian Support plans to give every child a Christmas present, to talk with their parents and invite them to a Sunday service in local churches. If you have a desire to participate in this project and help to collect finances for purchasing gifts for children, you can use PayPal system or send a check. Support and donate by PayPal: https://gcshelp.org/supportgcshelp.html Send a check: Global Christian Support, Inc. 301 Wind Ridge St Asheville, NC 28806-8807 We hope that children will remember this Christmas forever and it will become the best holiday for the invited families. Together with you, we can do more good deeds and give the children the happiest Christmas celebration! For any questions, please contact GCS Project Coordinator, Sergey Dzyk, by phone (704) 819-9824 or via email Sergey.Dzyk@GCShelp.org
There are mother Aleksandra and two children in the Rybin family: a boy of 10 years and a girl of 4 years. They live in Shabelkovka village, near the city of Kramatorsk, Donetsk region. The children do not have father. Aleksandra is a single mother. However, stepfather used to live with them, but, unfortunately, he treated his wife and children very badly. The eldest son ran away from home a few times because his stepfather beat him. The children experienced a lot of cruelty. Eventually, their stepfather was prisoned. Aleksandra and her two children live in an old house built 1937. This house is no longer suitable for life. During heavy shelling in 2014, the basement of the house shook. As a result, one of the walls collapsed, there is a huge crack on the house walls (photo attached). It is dangerous to live in such a house, but the family has no finances for moving to another building. In order to help the family in this situation, we have found people who can repair the wall. But they need finances for building materials. Aleksandra is very opened to God, however still does not attend church. We hope that repairing of their house will be a great testimony in her life. If you have a desire and opportunity to help this family, write to Iryna Babak. FB profile: (www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001077375513) Together we can do more!
In the fight against the disease - the main thing is to gain time and make the correct diagnosis. 29-year-old Ekaterina Reunova, mother of 2-year-old Stefan, and IDPS from Gorlovka (East of Ukraine) are now hostage to the disease and limitations of the Slavyansk Provincial Hospital. February 7, she lost consciousness. This syncope was secondary - a month ago Katya had the first attack. In December, she made a tomography - the doctors said that everything was normal. During the month, periodically, she experienced severe headaches. The other day, returning home, Catherine fainted for the second time in the elevator, where her mother-in-law found her unconscious. “Fortunately, Katya, approaching the porch, called me and said: open, I enter,” said Tatyana Vladislavovna, Katie’s mother-in-law, “I opened the door and waited for her from the elevator, then I heard the sound of a fall, I thought it was some kind of the alcoholic fell down, then the elevator door opened and Katya dropped out of it ... we were terribly frightened and called an ambulance " On February 8 in Kramatorsk the girl had an MRI scan of the brain. All this time, Catherine is in a recumbent fettered position because of the inability to even move her head due to severe pain. She was diagnosed with MR-signs of subarchal hemorrhage in the frontal and parietal areas, aneurysm of the subclinoidal part of the right, internal carotid artery, a single focus in the right frontal lobe of a vascular nature. Recommended: consultation of a neurosurgeon, a neuropathologist at the Institute of Neurosurgery in Kiva. Today, the girl needs to be transported to Kiev for further examination and treatment at the Institute of Neurosurgery. Katya and her husband and child rent an apartment in Slavyansk - only the rent leaves most of their budget. The fate of immigrants in foreign cities is not easy. Katisanitized_by_modx& #39s illness is a big shock for everyone and unfortunately, no one was financially ready for this. For the first time you need at least 9,000 hryvnia. The Reunov family agreed to become the heroes of this story in order to tell about how important it is to make an accurate diagnosis in time for successful treatment. If you join and donate any amount, Kate will be diagnosed faster to give the girl a chance to beat the disease and live a long happy life. We want precious time not to be missed, because a young son is waiting for a young mother at home. PS Follow the news to know the exact appointment of a neurosurgeon and further developments. Katya is already being taken to Kiev by ambulance specialist. You can donate to the card 4149-4991-0779-8330 Reunov Denis (Katya’s husband). If you share it on social networks, the process will go faster. Thank!!!
Miracle is needed for this foster family from Pilgrim Village !!! They have four adoptive children and they are preparing to take two more. A year ago, good people gave this family a wonderful car. But now, for its customs clearance from Latvian numbers, we need to pay about $ 3,000 ... Otherwise, it will simply be taken away. If you can become part of the Miracle, let me know. I am in touch ... We will be grateful for any contribution for you. We live outside the city and without a car to them in any way. If you can help with anything - let me know. Each participant - from me a gift ... Not everyone can take an orphan into a family. But everyone can help someone who decided on this! Contacts here
Kozub Yulya, 6 years old, got into the patronage family in the city of Zhovti Vody. At the moment the girl is deaf. There is a need for a good hearing aid to help Julia recover, go to a normal school and be realized in society. We thank everyone for their help. Contact information Church "Jesus
We arrived from Lugansk in 2014. We left a newly purchased 3-room flat. My husband left his business and together with three children and two bags full of childrens clothes and diapers (the youngest was only 9 months old), we went to Cherkasy. We were unbelievers and never went to church. We liked Cherkasy, and in the Hospitality Center for Refugees, Valentina Grigas introduced us to Rudenko Andrey. He invited us to the church and to his group. In 2015, my husband and I repented and on July 4th we received water baptism. We (8 people) live in three rooms of half a house, which is under sale, and before that we moved 6 times, lived in the village, but there was not even water, school and work ... Now we live in a house, but it was not repaired for more than 20 years - the owners went to America. Utility payments in winter consist 5-6 thousand hrivnas. The windows are filled with oilcloth and the main thing is that we can be in the street with small children at any moment again. Therefore, we began to look for permanent dwelling. In the city everything is very expensive, my husband and I work getting small salaries and cannot even pay huge utility bills. In July, Andreys mother was diagnosed with cancer, grade 4; everything we had accumulated went into diagnosis and the start of treatment. She is now undergoing the second chemotherapy. We pray to find a permanent place of residence. We found a house not far from the town in the village, but the train and the bus go there and it will give us the opportunity to go to the town for work and to the church, where my husband and I serve. The house costs 6000 dollars. This is a very high amount for our family! We have only 120 dollars now, but we have to exchange them for utility payments in the near future. Bank card number in Ukraine: 4149 4978 4877 5450; Sergienko Galina Viktorovna; my number in Ukraine (on Viber) 095-670-27-07 Western Union or MoneyGramm Thanks for all your support and help! God bless you!
Dear friends! Brothers and sisters! Our mission team is on the line of demarcation, in the area of the ATO. With the outbreak of hostilities in the Donbas, we saw the suffering of people, we could not pass by, just as the biblical character - the good Samaritan - did not pass in his time. During this time, our team carried out a lot of work, the Church was born in Novgorodskoye village on the contact line. Despite the ongoing fighting, our Gospel team continues to carry the Gospel to the adjacent villages of Zheleznoye, Troitskoe and Verkhnetoretskoe. We need a minibus for the movement of our team and transportation of charitable cargo to the villages located on the contact line. We will be grateful to God for any help you provided! Our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/missionToretsk
If someone knows anybody from Lviv that can give an apartment to a family with 3 children, please let me know. The family is very close to me and they are very good christian people. At the moment the are renting an apartment in Lviv, but for them is very difficult to pay for rent and there are very little chances that they could save money to buy a place on their own. May God bless you!
We help people who have fallen into difficult conditions or dependence. We provide housing and spiritual and psychological support. The New Generation Church is Pastor Vladimir Popov of the city of Rodinskoye, with the support of the NGO “Generation of Charity”. We help to return to society, but the most important thing is that a person acquires freedom and a new life! firstname.lastname@example.org
I render services for diagnosing and repairing personal computers and laptops in the city of Kiev and the suburbs to individuals (individuals) and legal entities (companies) with visits to offices, private houses and apartments. I work 6 days a week. I accept orders by phone (093) 753-36-36; (067) 182-86-31; (095) 0321523. Charitable, Christian organizations, churches have discounts. I will consider any suggestions. Vladimir Tkachenko
Peace be upon you, dear Christians! For several years now, the house of my parents is empty! The house is under a capital repair, or for demolition and a place to build a new one. The territory is large, next to the house there are 2 empty places from the houses. A big garden. Located in the village, along the main road where there are long-distance buses. The village is lively, gasified. There are a lot of people, young people too. I would like (my heart
The charitable organization "Charity Fund" The Mutual Aid Center "Save Ukraine" is looking for an executive director. About us: The Mutual Assistance Center "Save Ukraine" provides assistance to the needy population of the ATO area, as well as forced migrants from the ATO area in the Donetsk and Luhansk region and in Kyiv (provision of grocery and non-food aid, assistance in restoring the destroyed housing, providing the poor with the population of the first items medical necessity). In the near future, it is planned to launch and implement inclusive and socially-oriented projects in Kyiv. Requirements for the candidate: • A leader who is able to achieve the desired result by constructing constructive relationships with all participants in the work process; • Able to make decisions quickly; • Purposeful, able to work on the result; • Is able to prioritize goals and formulate tasks, as well as find the best ways to implement them; • Ability to work in multitasking, solve strategic and operational issues; • Has experience in managerial work in charity, social projects; • Has higher education; • Has a good command of English. Basic Obligations Language: 1. Strategic management of the organization; 2. Planning, development and implementation of strategic plans of the organization; 3. Implementation and control of internal policies of the organization; 4. Building and improving business processes of the organization; 5. Organization of economically grounded operational and economic activities; 6. Coordination of the work of units, increasing the effectiveness of interaction on the basis of: • estimates of budgets and required resources; • formed and approved operational plans of the fund in functional areas; • optimal allocation of resources by subdivisions; • a developed system of communications (information system of lighting and evaluation of the progress of work, statement of tasks and the formation of work plans for structural units of the fund); • Formation of goals for direction managers based on the strategy of the fund, their plans for their goals; 7. Control over the implementation of the fundraising plan and the program activity plan; 8. Implementation of marketing strategy and PR-strategy of the organization; 9. Conducting negotiations with donors, contractors, partners and government representatives; 10. Selection and training of fund staff. Working conditions: full-time; weekly working week; work in the office of the organization in Kiev; competitive wage; positive and friendly atmosphere; opportunities for professional development, creation and implementation of social ideas and projects. E-mail: email@example.com
We are looking for Christians entrepreneurs who are engaged in small and medium-sized businesses. We want to talk about you to recommend your business to people. Our task is to help entrepreneurs to grow. A small team of like-minded people have developed an application (free) for a smartphone and with the help of our development people can not only improve their performance in business, but also help each other. The application contains a mandatory percentage of charity and many other various, useful things. Presentation in pdf under the link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=178u3a2dqQ-DwO0ugDYZx8XtBp8c8bdj9 Building plans to promote our application, we came to the conclusion that, first of all, we need to attract business-occupied brothers and sisters from different churches. We do not sell anything, and do not ask for money, we just want to cooperate and help people realize projects that they had not had the opportunity to start before. Thank you for your time. Yours faithfully, Zheleznov Sergey. mobiles./ viber (067) 209 35 56 https://www.facebook.com/zeleznow
Hello everybody! If you just googled, "How to Get a Free Bible Without Stealing One From a Hotel Room," you are on the right track. There is a way to get it free. Typically, the United States Bible Society promises to send a Bible to anyone who wants one. A simple request will do. The society website provides a form for making requests. Fulfillment takes about 30 days. For the most part, the United States Bible Society offers complete King James Version Bibles only.
The GCS ministry invites volunteers to join our team. If - You like to write; - You write easily and competently; - you want to develop in journalism and become part of the team ... We are waiting for you! Write your proposals on email firstname.lastname@example.org
Good news for all, who serve specific categories of people. A few days ago, new batch of players on the solar battaries (Russian and Ukrainian language) was delievered to Ukraine. The players containes the New Testament, Proverbs, Psalms and Lessons of the foundations of Christian life of Charles Stanley We will be glad to give them for your service. In order to get mp3 player with Gospel you need to: - Register on gcshelp.org - Publish your application in “NEEDS” with a description of the purpose for which you want to use - Write your contact phone number If you pay for the shipment, we can send the players from Kiev to any country. We will be happy to support the ministry of your church! You can share this information with your friends, who are visually impaired, seriously ill, elderly people, prisoners and soldiers. You can share this information witj your friends who are visually impaired seriously ill elderly people prisoners and soldiers. We will be happy to support the ministry of your chrch write your contact phone number if you pay for shipment we can send the players from kiev to any country registe on gcshelo.org publish your application in needs with a description of the purpose for which you want
Global Christian Support continues implementing the program “Serving widows”, whose husbands died during the hostilities in Ukraine. We were able to provide material assistance to the widow Elena Eshchenko and her daughters in January thanks to the financial help of our friends from the United States. Military chaplain and GCS volunteer, Viacheslav Bevz, visited the family and brought assistance with food and household supplies. Elena and her daughters were very thankful because they even did not expected that the help would be so big and really necessary at this difficult time. Elena brings up her daughter Viktoria, who is 10 years old now, and her stepdaughter Anastasia, whom she loves as much as her own. Elena with girls miss their father and that carefree time they spend when the father was alive. He was making their life happy and bright. Eshchenko Viktor died at the age of 47 years. He served as a colonel in the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the “Peacekeeper” special battalion. He was killed during the battle of Illovaisk at the exit of the so-called “Green Coridor”. His injures were incompatible with life… Elena cannot think about her husband without tears... Victor was a wonderful husband and father, a kind and fair man, a patriot of Ukraine and a good officer. “I felt myself warm and safe near my husband. Of course, sometimes we had difficulties in our life, but we also had a lot of victories and plans for the future. Our family was bright, kind and very happy, there were peace, love and mutual understanding between us. When I have lost my husband, I thought it happened not with me, it was like a nightmare. But my daughters were beside me, so I had to pull myself together and keep living for their sake. ” My daughter Vika now is in the fourth grade 4, and Nastya studies at the University of Trade and Economy in Kyiv. Children often think about their father and believe he was a real example of a great man. “Despite the terrible grief that happened in my life, I try not to give up, to work hard in order to provide my children all necessary, provide an education for them. I thank God for such people with a big heart who helps the widows and children of soldiers, who died protecting their country. I am very thankful for not leaving them alone with their pain and grief. " At the end of the meeting, the military chaplain invited Elena and her children to church and prayed with them for peace and blessing. We want to express thanks to the family of Pavenko Sergey and Valentina, as well as to Kirichenko Aleksey and Alina for the assistance provided to the widows and their children. May the Lord bless and reward you a hundred times for your good deeds!
Hello! I would like to thank the program “Family to Family” for the opportunity to visit America. We thank the organizers of the mission and all those who participated in the accompaniment of our children. We want to express special thanks to the family of Mikhail and Nadezhda Shevchenko, who welcomed our child and made these vacations unforgettable. Oksana visited 2 Christian camps, where she found many friends. Everyone treated her in a special way, our daughter is very pleased. We thank the family for fulfilling the dream of my child of seeing the ocean and holding a crocodile in her hands. They visited many interesting places and attractions. The child arrived happy, cheerful and full of desire to study and learn English. She has met many friends with whom she still communicates! In my opinion, the most important thing is that the child was able to forget about the war for a while. Thanks to everyone for organizing such a program for children, it is very valuable! May the Lord bless you! We remember you in our prayers!
“Global Christian Support” Mission continues implementing the program “Serving widows”, whose husbands died during the hostilities in Ukraine. We were able to visit and help Oksana Makidon. GCS volunteer and military chaplain, Viacheslav Bevz, met with the widow, told about our social program, invited her to participate in it and recieve help with necessary food and household supplies. Oksana was silent for a while, and then just burst into tears. She thanked God for the people who did not leave her and her children alone with grief. Oksana gladly accepted us and told her story. Her husband, Viktor Makidon, had worked at the Ministry of Internal Affairs for 20 years, then retired. They lived modestly in a hostel not with the best conditions. But the main thing that the family was united and had no problem. When the war started in 2014, Viktor could not sit at home. He decided to become a volunteer and serve in the special battalion “Mirotvorets” (meaning “peacekeeper”). In July, he had a hard fight near Popasna and as a result, he had a concussion, then pulmonary edema, coronary heart disease and heart failure. “He was a very responsive and kind person, a true patriot of his country,” - says Oksana. This is a great sorrow. Oksana tells us about her experiences: “Before Victor’s death, we had plans for our life: work, family weekends and vacations, peace and understanding. Everything has changed: there was only pain, I wanted to do nothing, we did not have any holidays and joy anymore, the meaning of life remained only in our son.” Her son’s name is Mikhail. He is 19 years old. After the death of his father, he decided to enter Ivan Bohun Military High School. Now, Michael completes his studies at the National Academy. Recently, the family has moved from the hostel. He works in public organization, and, despite his grief, helps others. At the end of the meeting, our volunteer Viacheslav prayed for Oksana and her son, and invited them to worship at the local church. We believe that this good seed will help this family. Sincerely, we want to thank our friends from the United States: Sergey and Valentina Pavenko, as well as Alex and Alina Kirichenko for their cooperation and financial support for this family. May God bless you and your families!
“Global Christian Support”, together with friends and partners from the United States continues to help widows and their families left without a breadwinner, father and husband. This week we managed to visit and help the widow Chuguienko Oksana, who lives in the Novoluganskoe village, Donetsk region. This village is located in the red zone near the front line. All the fields around the village are mined and sometimes there is heavy shelling. The sounds of shooting are heard every day. When the war started in 2014, it was very scary to stay in the village. Chuguienko family constantly had to hide in the basements, and Oksanasanitized_by_modx& #39s husband lost his job at that time. Because of this, he had to search for a work in order to feed his family in this difficult wartime. Yuriy Chuguienko worked on a large truck and when he was unloading the cargo, he accidentally touched the high-voltage wires. In October 1st, 2014 he died due to an accident - he was electocuted. Yuriy was a very good father and family man. Unfortunately, he died because of the war that had forced him to risk his life on a dangerous work in order to support the family. After his death, two children were left without dad: daughter Karina (16 years old) and the youngest son Artem (6 years old). It was hard to experience the loss and to get used to that fact that the father is gone. When our volunteer talked to the widow Oksana and said that we have the opportunity to help her family with food and household goods, Oksana was very happy. She was grateful that there are such people who are not just pass by those who are in need and trouble. Oksana works as a sales assistant in a store, she has to work a lot. The youngest son Artem was born with a kidney disease, and all his childhood he has to follow a special diet. Artem has a disability status due to his kidney removal. The next year daughter Karina graduates from school and will go to a higher educational institution. Of course, there will be additional financial implications and Oksana hopes that with Godsanitized_by_modx& #39s help the girl wiil be able to study. With the financial support of our friends from the USA, we could purchase the necessary food products for the family: products, chemicals and underwear for children. “We are very grateful for the help you provide to us because of the difficulties that our family experience. I am very grateful to your project for not leaving us in trouble. I have to work hard, Artem needs special nutrition, and that fact the Lord sent you to us is just a miracle. I thank you sincerely and with all my heart!” - says Oksana. The Chuguienko family does not attend church and this kind deed has become a real testimony of Godsanitized_by_modx& #39s love and care for them. Once again, we express our deep gratitude to our friends from the United States – family of Sergey and Valentina Pavenko, and family of Alexey and Alina Kirichenko for the assistance they provide to widows and their children. May the Lord bless you!
Hello everyone who will read this small testimony about the project “Family to Family”. My name is Sergey, I will speak from whole our family. My wife Valeria and I have three children: our eldest daughter, Evelina (11 years old) and two boys: Daniel (9 years old) and Elisei (3 years old). Two years ago, my friend proposed our family to participate in the project “Family to Family”. His children had already participated, so it seemed to me so surprising that it is so easy to receive such a blessing and send your children abroad. Of course everything is absolutely free. One more important thing is that we have been living in a state of martial law for five years, since we live on the territory that is not under Ukraine’s control. And we cannot allow our family to go on vacation, due to our financial situation, and many other circumstances. It was very pleasant for us to find out that our eldest daughter was invited to a childrensanitized_by_modx& #39s camp in Norway. This camp was a very bright event in her life. The whole team who accompanied our children was very kind and sincere people. We understood it from conversations with my daughter. There was a lot of their personal testimonies that children remembered clearly, and it left the deep impression on them. We are grateful to this team for their work. Evelina also told us that the people in Norway are very kind, we asked: “What did they do?” Her answer was: “They hugged us a lot, treated us with delicious food and played together with us.” Now, Norwegians are very kind and good people for her. I would like to thank the Norwegian team for showing a wonderful example of kindness and love to our children. This is a good example for everyone that our life sometimes represents our faith, our family and even a nation. Special thanks to friends from Norway for this. I want this project to give joy and happiness to many children.
My name is Oksana Kovalevskayia, I want to express my gratitude to your friendly team, to the organizers of the project "Family to Family" and the program coordinator Irina Babak. You are doing a good deed, God will reward you for your work. My son Kovalevskyi Bogdan and other 24 children from the war zone from the East of Ukraine had a great opportunity to visit the fabulous country – Norway in June 2018. It was his first trip abroad. Norway will forever remain in his heart as the most bright and kind period from his childhood, and I really believe that rehabilitation and positive emotions will erase the horror of war forever. When the shelling began, my son and I left our hometown in 2014. Our life was divided on two parts: before the war and after. Bogdan really misses our city and his friends. He became introverted and don’t like living in another city. We pray for a chance to return home. When I heard about the camp in Norway, I could not believe that it was possible. But with Godsanitized_by_modx& #39s help and thanks to the “Family to Family” program friends from Norway, who organized and found finance for our children to visit this country of fairy tales. This trip was a great adventure, they traveled through 3 countries: Poland, then on a ferry across the Baltic Sea to Sweden and finally Norway, where they lived in a picturesque place - on the Oslo fjord. Bogdan arrived happy and cheerful, he found many friends. He said that they lived in the camp like a large friendly family. He was deeply impressed by the Norwegians, ordinary children and adults who came to visit them and created a real holiday for them. “We, foreign children from Ukraine, were treated with great love and care, like someone close!” - this phrase of Bogdan will remain in my heart forever. With all my heart I thank you! May God protect you and your families!
How great to realize that dreams can come true. My husband and I dreamed to have a large family with many children. But due to my health, the Lord gave us two wonderful daughters. The eldest daughter got married, we already have two wonderful granddaughters, and the youngest daughter Vladlena is 13 years old. The Lord spoke in our hearts that he wants us to take orphans from the orphanage. Now, thank God, we have a large and friendly family, we have 10 children: 6 girls and 4 boys, my husband and me. Once we found out that one Ukrainian charitable organization organizes trips for children to Europe. It is the "Family to Family" program. Our biological daughter, Vlada, has been praying to the Lord for 4 years to have such a trip. We supported her in prayers. And this year Vlada become 15 years old, but she didn’t have this opportunity. She humbled herself, persuaded that this is God’s will. Almost a month later, maybe a little more, we had a call and Vlada was offered a trip to the Christian camp in Norway. Her joy was indescribable. Praise the Lord for this trip, this camp, thank God for the hearts of people who organize such Christian kid’s camps. Our daughter came back filled with joy, filled with the Holy Spirit. With all our heart we thank all the organizers of this trip and leaders: Iryna Babak, Alina, Vladlena, Nataliia, Vitalii and Igor. Also, special thanks to our Norwegian brothers and sisters, for their warm, unforgettable welcome, for their care for our children. Thank you for the gifts for our children. The child will remember this trip for life. Now Vlada has a dream to serve such children, to be a leader on such trips. The Lord continued blessing our family, and our 5 children were offered a trip to America, Colorado. Glory to our Lord! Our children were accepted in America by 3 families. Pshichenko Eduard and Elena, Tyevs Oleg and Galina, Rukosuyev Vitaliy and Alla. They all have their own children, and despite this, they accepted our children. May the Lord bless these families and their homes. All our children arrived very satisfied and joyful, full of happiness and emotions. We have made friends with these families and now we contact with them. Our children have never imagined there is such a country and people who turned their lives into a fairy tale for a while. As long as this world has such caring, sympathetic people always ready to help and provide support to the others, there is hope. Huge thanks to all the people who serve the Lord in this service. Your work is valuable to the Lord and will never be forgotten. May God bless you many times and fulfill all your needs. Sincerely, the Antipchuk family. Ukraine, Donetsk region.
Good day! We are the Goshko family from Slaviansk, Donetsk region. We live in the frontline zone. This summer a real miracle happened in the lives of our children. Our family could not even dream of such a thing! We have accepted this as the Blessing of God. Our three children: Ania, Arthur and Daniel were invited to America thanks to “Family to Family” program. They stayed in Denver, Colorado and were hosted by an American family. We are very grateful to God, grateful to your program and to all who participated in organizing the trip for our children. Huge thanks to the family of Vitaly and Larisa Bezrukavy who accepted our children to their families as their own, took care of them, were so attentive. The children were very satisfied and grateful, because they have new goals in life now, they saw new opportunities for themselves, visited another country, learned a lot about it. The children have a lot of vivid impressions of this trip. They are very happy and enthusiastic, because during this trip they made new interesting friends. They were able to see another life, were inspired by new good deeds and even good studies, and of course they were eager to learn English. Our children returned happy and satisfied, with many gifts. Thank you for such work and such an opportunity for our children. May God bless you and all your team many times!
28 Jan, 2020
Christmas for the children from the war zone. Day 6: Mariupol
The last city where the Global Christian Support team held a Christmas tour was Mariupol, where they organized holiday for 120 children and families of the Donetsk patrol police department . Police officers met the volunteers and m..
27 Jan, 2020
Christmas for the children from the war zone. Day 5. Mariinka
The fifth day of the Christmas tour, Global Christian Support team spent in Mariinka, Donetsk region in cooperation with the chaplain Oleg Tkachenko. The city is still under constant shelling, as it is located very close to the dem..
23 Jan, 2020
Christmas for the children from the war zone. Day 4. Kurakhovo
After the Christmas tour in the cities of Luhansk region, the GCS team went to the city of Kurakhovo, Donetsk region. Christmas celebration was held in the “Christ the Savior” church in cooperation with pastor Rodion Pishcherikov. The ch..
15 Jul, 2019
A Light In The Darkness
Against a backdrop of shelling and skirmishes, Ukrainian Christians are risking their lives to distribute supplies and resources, sometimes going directly to the front lines. While many fled as conflict grew, these are some of the faithful who remain..
05 Jun, 2019
Relatives found the missing daughter, thanks to the shelter
This is the case when a person was wanted for two years and her relatives found her thanks to a shelter for homeless people. Olga Vladimirovna Kovalyshena came to our shelter on November 15, 2017. This girl had a lot to go through. Olga live..
15 May, 2019
The Word of God removes the darkness
Hello everyone, friends. I think that not everyone knows what and how the Service to the Blind helps the blind and visually impaired people. Therefore, I want to briefly introduce you this ministry. Today I will talk about one of the most im..