Preparing to help Ukrainian orphans as Russia threatens

Sergey and Nadya are foster parents of six children and they have lived in Lugansk, a city in Eastern Ukraine, for many years… until everything changed for them a week ago. Their home is just twenty miles from the border with Russia. The crisis in Ukraine including the recent occupation of Crimea by Russia and the threat of further invasion has turned their lives upside down and filled their hearts with anxiety about the future of their family.

“We prayed, fasted, and talked about this situation a lot as we are worried for our children so much.  Then we realized that we need to move with them to a safer place”, said Nadya. This family is among millions of people in Ukraine who pray for peace but prepare for war.

Learn more about how to get involved here… 

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