August 3, 2022 Archive
Little five-month-old Alli had the sweetest laugh and his brother, Andriy, loved to play. The boys were happy and safe … until the war. When
When Margarita and Miroslavi’s mother left their basement to prepare a meal, she never dreamed she wouldn’t return. There is no light or gas in
We recently learned that five-year-old Marinka and her mother were home when a Russian rocket blew up their home early last month. Marinka’s grandfather, seeing Marinka’s little legs
Our partners in Ukraine are begging us to continue praying with them for the troops remaining at the Azovstal iron and steel works in Mariupol.
Kharkiv is Ukraine’s second largest city. The relentless shelling there is an continual threat to everyone within its borders. Late last month, 79-year-old Victor Gubarev,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNkLgx6WDIM The war continues on with damage and death tolls rising. Combat hot spots are only increasing with danger and cities like Maripol are unrecognizable
According to figures released by UNICEF, children account for about half of the more than 3 million people who have fled the Russian bombardment of
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv8uj8KctkI&t=19 Places that were once considered safe are no longer. Since the war in Ukraine started on February 24th, 211 schools and over 34 hospitals
Imagine for a moment that you are a young child, without parents, in the middle of the Ukrainian conflict. Think of what you are experiencing.