From Temporary Residence to Permanent Home

From Temporary Residence to Permanent HomeAndrej standing in striped shirt; Katya standing in blue; Nastya seated, in white with baby on her lap.

We've been praying for Nastya, Katya, and Andrej since June; a local foster family graciously took in the three teens after their mother passed away, but their long-term future was uncertain.

Although complicated Ukrainian laws required the family to register as a family style care center, your prayers and financial gifts from the body of Christ helped complete the requirements. Nastya, Katya, and Andrej have a forever family! 

The three are adjusting well. In the midst of so many changes, they are happy they are able to stay in the same school. Seventh-grader Andrej, like most middle school boys, doesn’t care very much for textbooks. And the twins Nastya and Katya, high school seniors, are planning their future with the guidance of their parents … something that would have never happened if they lived in an orphanage. 

Thanks for praying for Nastya, Katya, and Andrej. Now they have a promising future with a wonderful and loving family!

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