This is My Story: The Sacrifices that Make a Difference

Updated: Oct 3






“We prayed after the war started and we felt that God wanted us to renovate several of the areas of our center. We didn’t know where the money would come from, but we felt we should open our doors and offer rooms to any Ukrainian refugees needing a home. By the grace of God, we are still housing and feeding many refugees today.”







“As the war continues, we must continue to help people who have found themselves in very difficult life circumstances. There are a lot of displaced people who have been forced to leave their homes. Many people have also lost their jobs and cannot support their families. It’s not easy to find the resources to keep going. But God has been faithful”






“We continue the work of God here in Western Ukraine. We have thousands of displaced people here and there are many desperate people who need our help. But God is so good to us. People are coming to Christ because they now know that God cares for them. We are trusting Him to help us find the resources to rescue more people.”





“We get so many requests from people in Ukraine who are desperate for food and medicine. We are also caring for and helping resettle refugees here in Poland. We try to help everyone who asks. People are in such need, how can we turn them away? We rely on God for strength and resources because the needs are so immense.”







“We work as a team here in Boryspil. Some of us have children that need clothing for the coming winter that we cannot afford. Most of us have no employment income right now. But we are committed to being here to help others. People in the surrounding villages are suffering so we visit villages to take food to those who need it.“



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