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Prayer  letters

December 23, 2023

Apostolove is a village of 13,000 people within a 6 square mile area.   Russian forces had reached within three miles of the village and inflicted considerable damage destroying all three schools and thirty homes.  The main clean drinking water for the community came from the Kakhovka Reservoir which was destroyed when the Russians blew up the dam.  Wages are only 30% of what they were before the war started, and most families are not able to heat their homes and pay for basic medicines.

"No One Is Invisible" - New Community Transformation                                          Project:  Apostolove

January 23, 2024

        Bringing People Together To Help The Oppressed

            The Transform Uzhhorod Alliance, an inspiring collaboration of seven local churches and eleven NGOs, is steadfast in its commitment to fostering holistic transformation within our city. The year 2023 marked a pivotal period of significant change for the Alliance. This year was not just about working together; it evolved into a deeper connection, akin to a family bond.

September 1, 2023

What Christ is accomplishing through you and our team 

 You, our most devoted ministry allies, have not been forgotten in the past two months.  Since so many displaced people and refugees have settled in Uzhhorod, its population has tripled, and God is "working within us" to bring about transformation.  The things God is accomplishing are beyond our wildest dreams! What Christ is accomplishing through you and our team is summarized below.

October 24, 2023

          "No One Is Invisible" - New Community Transformation Project
It has been seven busy weeks since we last updated you on what Christ is doing in Ukraine through your prayer and financial support.  Much has happened, but I will limit this report to the top four celebration stories.  So, grab a cup of coffee and get ready to praise God!

June 20, 2023

        Transforming Ukraine By Providing Physical and Spiritual Sight 

Clay Schwab returned to Ukraine for his second time to provide eyeglasses for impoverished families and war victims.  This time he travelled to Eastern Ukraine and distributed glasses to cities that received heavy bombing, and even a few that had been occupied and destroyed by Russian forces.  He shared how he held a clinic in one home handing out glasses, only to have that home destroyed the following day by Russian bombs. 

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