Summer camp for village kids
Summer moves on and our long-expected and so much prayed of summer camp started several days ago welcoming about 50 village kids to spend a blessed and special time together. These were 6 days of fun, Bible study, making new friends, doing crafts, singing and of course playing different learning games and engaging in sport activities.
Hosting two boys from Dovbysh orphanage for a summer time
These two boys are Max and Misha. They are 10 and 8 correspondingly and both are currently under care of Dovbysh orphanage. Dovbysh orphanage is a specialized school for children from disadvantaged families who spend almost of their time there except summer holidays when all the kids are taken away by the relatives or any other people responsible for them.
A little picnic with our young learners
Summer is here which means, we have to take a little break in our Bible school (since most of the kids are busy helping their parents about the house, in the kitchen garden or grazing cattle), to draw some conclusions and start praying for its continuation in the beginning of the school year. Looking back to the time we spent with our young learners during Bible lessons meditating over the God’s Word, doing crafts and enjoying our communion together in general, we can surely say it was a time of blessing for us and, we sincerely hope, for children as well.
Wheelchairs for Dovbysh nursing house
One of the main life principles of our charitable foundation sounds as “we are blessed to be a blessing”. We closely cooperate with international charitable foundations as well as Ukrainian state social services, orphanages and nursing houses sharing God’s love and blessing and trying to help all those in need.
According to statistics every fourth Ukrainian woman appears to be a victim of domestic violence. A great number of reported murders in Ukraine are resulting from family abuse. 50% of homeless women and children decide on living in the streets escaping from violence in their families. The numbers are shocking, aren’t they. But for many that’s just the way of life, a daily struggle for life.