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Seven Prayers for Disabled Refugees from Eastern Ukraine

They’ve been through a lot, they need physical healing and spiritual healing, they need Jesus. Today I’m asking you to help pray for these refugees from Eastern Ukraine.12019311_10207270252856284_1871562247_o

For the past several weeks our group of disabled refugees has been meeting in the bar.


This past week they allowed us to use the large hall in the “cultural palace” it is a much nicer place than the bar.



Please pray for this group of refugees from Eastern Ukraine.


Many of them still struggle with bitterness and anger from being forced to leave their homes and family because of the war.


1. Pray that they would truly experience the truest and most lasting peace that only Christ can offer! 12022191_10207270268416673_294280578_o

2. Pray that God would show them what forgiveness looks like.12022250_10207270270216718_543120959_o

3. Pray that there would be spiritual fruit in their lives.12025911_10207270250376222_493285696_o

4. Pray that God would give me the right words to say as I teach from God’s Word and answer their questions. 12037805_10207270250336221_12919437_o (1)

5. Pray that God would provide for their physical needs and their health needs.12043630_10207270270376722_1788893443_o

6. Pray that we would shine with the love of Christ as we minister to them.12043848_10207270273576802_816326081_o

7. Pray that they would find everlasting joy in Christ.


Can you pray? Will you Pray?

Please let me know.

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I am a pastor, missionary, and preacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in Ukraine since 2007. God blessed me with a wonderful wife and 5 amazing children! My greatest passion is to teach, encourage, and exhort others to turn to Jesus, who is Savior, Lord, and God!

  • Caleb, your ministry and selflessness is bringing tears to my eyes. I found you on Michael Hyatts blog and am so inspired by your ministry. I’m originally from Izmail, Ukraine – just a few short hours from Odessa. I am here in the US living a comfortable life with my family – and you are there living a life for Christ. My heart is convicted. May God richly bless you, your ministry, and your family. What you’re doing is incredible.

    • Thank you Vicky for your kinds words, it’s amazing how God connects people and I’m glad he connected you with us! I don’t think you should feel guilty about living in the US, the most important thing is to do what God is calling you to do right now wherever you are. I lived in the US until I was 30 years old and I always had plenty of ministry to do. Both Christina and I felt a strong calling from God to come to Ukraine and so we came. God sends some and others he doesn’t. The best thing you can do is be sensitive to God’s voice in your life and make sure you are serving him right where you are. That will make it much easier to know if God is calling you somewhere else.

      Anyway, I appreciate your words of encouragement. We do what we can, it’s really nothing amazing what we do, what’s is amazing is the work God does in individual hearts and sometimes he gives us the privledge of taking part in that!

      • Caleb, thank you so much for your reply! It truly is amazing how God connects us! We are in Sunday School ministry right now – but I have this fire burning inside of me – I feel like there something else that we need to do. We’re currently in the process of discovering what God is calling us to do. It’s so wonderful to “meet” you. I’m looking forward to getting to know your family more! Many blessings!

  • The harvest is so great but the workers are few. So I am praying to the Lord of the harvest to send more workers into His fields. I am praying for you in this amazing and powerful ministry you have started. May God sustain you as you teach, empower you as you speak, embrace you as you love, and enlighten you as you listen. You have been called to a full circle ministry and I am standing behind you in prayer. Thank you for sharing with us how we can pray. I’m all in.

    • Yes, those are just the things we need prayer for Debi! Every week we are looking for more people to come with us, to serve with us, to minister to these people. It’s easy to get discouraged about that but I think God knows what he’s doing and he always seems to provide just what we need when we need it!

  • Yes, sir. Praying.

    • I know I didn’t have to ask you twice Floyd! Thank you!