The Gospel on the Ground in Eurasia

"Praise be to…the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble…” – 2 Corinthians 1:3-4"

The Gospel on the Ground


Our team has adapted a conference center to house refugees and is coordinating with a church in the capital city, Budapest, to provide weekly groceries to families who are hosting refugees. One of our partner churches now holds a Sunday service in Ukrainian.


Believers serving with Every Home are outfitting summer camps to house refugees and providing food, clothes, and phone cards to families who have been forced to leave almost everything behind and need to contact loved ones. Our team is also gathering doctors and counselors to care for refugees physical and mental health.


Multiple partner churches are serving as meal centers, feeding refugees and connecting them with shelter. One church is preparing to open a kindergarten for Ukrainian children, staffed by Ukrainian believers, to allow mothers to work and support their families.


At great personal risk, our team and partners continue to resource and coordinate rescue convoys which carry vital supplies to the most war-torn regions and transport refugees out of Ukraine to safety.


Our team in Romania is preparing packages of food, hygiene products, and the Gospel of John in Ukrainian for refugees. They are also recruiting volunteers for refugee centers.


Our team in Bulgaria is resourcing local churches to provide food, temporary accommodation, and Ukrainian New Testaments to refugees.


Our team has developed a sophisticated 3-stage system to receive refugees and help them get settled in Slovakia. Every Home teams and partners meet refugees when they cross the boarder, provide food, clothes, and shelter. Then team members help families complete necessary paperwork and help them find housing, childcare, and language classes so they can adjust to life in Slovakia.