Together with our ministry partners,
our desire is to make the greatest IMPACT possible

We give of our treasure and resources as an act of recognition for God’s ineffable provision to us

How we use our God-given gifts is another question we are challenged to analyze in our lives. We are answerable to God for how we make use of the resources and abilities He has entrusted to us. We are all answerable for the gifts and talents we have to use them for the building up of the Church into “the full stature of Christ.” For this reason, we support the work of local church programs.

Together with our
ministry partners,
our desire is to make the greatest IMPACT possible

We give of our treasure and resources as an act of recognition for God’s ineffable provision to us

How we use our God-given gifts is another question we are challenged to analyze in our lives. We are answerable to God for how we make use of the resources and abilities He has entrusted to us. We are all answerable for the gifts and talents we have to use them for the building up of the Church into “the full stature of Christ.” For this reason, we support the work of local church programs.

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"From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked."

LUKE 12:48

Brief History

Ukrainian USSR was one of the founding republics of the USSR as far back as 1918. Ukraine has a history of shifting borders and external control. The Orthodox Church has been one of the only withstanding entities of Ukraine. Much of Ukrainian identity is thus found in Orthodoxy. In 1991, the Soviet Union fell, freeing Ukraine as an independent country, but in 2004 the Orange Revolution showed Ukraine’s continued political instability. 70% of Ukrainians still claim to belong to Orthodox Christianity; however, due to the political pressure the church succumbed to under communism, many Ukrainians are skeptical toward it. Since the fall of the USSR, thousands of Christians from around the world have come to the country to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It is because of that, today Ukraine’s people are bathed in prayer and support so that given the current war against Ukraine, it is evident God has prepared His leaders to rise up for such a time as this.

Spiritual Demographics

Ukraine is approximately the size of Texas and has a population of approximately 48 million. Only 1-3% of the population is protestant Christian (Baptist and Pentecostal denominations). Unfortunately, the rule-based legalism of the Orthodox Church has impacted the protestant denominations as well.

Spiritual Demographics

Ukraine is approximately the size of Texas and has a population of approximately 48 million. Only 1-3% of the population is protestant Christian (Baptist and Pentecostal denominations). Unfortunately, the rule-based legalism of the Orthodox Church has impacted the protestant denominations as well.

Ministry Outlook

Ukraine is home to the fastest-growing church in Europe. The youth of Ukraine are very open. There is a sense of hope among them that does not exist in the older generation. Often the local church faces the challenge of clashing cultures as young and old struggle over forms of church. There is a strategic opportunity in Ukraine to help by modeling healthy discipleship of young people through the local church in a culture that is responding to God‘s call. Pray with us that we can help build sustainable youth ministries, disciple believers to have authentic faith, and train passionate leaders to lead new believers.

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