A Year of War.
10 million+ refugees displaced.
Families torn apart.
Men and women pulled into the violent current of a war they didn’t want.
“We are currently experiencing a preparation for something God is going to do,” says Gabriel Kosmaly, Every Home’s continental director in Eurasia. “I do not doubt that the bad things he uses for good—that is the genius of the way he works in history.” The seeds of the gospel planted in the soil of destruction and decay are flourishing! Our leaders in Eurasia testify: God is moving! We see the first green shoots of a great harvest! Will you be part of it?
The timely opening for the gospel we are witnessing is the first fruit of the Church’s incredible response when the conflict first erupted.
Gabriel explains: “Almost all the ministries started to serve the same way: with humanitarian aid while witnessing the gospel. Our first response was to evacuate people, helping them find shelters and start new, temporary lives. We drove trucks into war zones to collect people fleeing, reloaded the trucks with food and aid, and returned to the war zones for those hiding in shelters. This went on for weeks and months.”
History will remember the faithful response of believers; the compassion of Christ’s people has already changed the landscape of faith in Eurasia.
“As a result of humanitarian aid…churches are twice as big as before the war,” shares our leader in Ukraine. “People have been touched, changed, and are serving others…”