Russian Baptists are worried that they may lose the freedom to worship after the Russian courts banned Jehovah’s Witnesses from the country.
As the war in Eastern Ukraine continues to drag on the country is slowly becoming aware of the heavy mental,
This is what war looks like even after the battles are over and the guns are gone. Artillery destroys in seconds what took years to build and what will take generations to heal!
On Saturday I posted the following on Facebook:
“Lost my voice and feeling terrible, tomorrow I’m supposed to preach twice,
Armed men in men in camouflage showed up in our city just a few days before our Easter holiday weekend.
Go about your life focused only on your to-do list and consumed by the constant press of urgent problems and you’re unlikely to take notice of all God is doing!
You might be wondering, why this blog went silent over the past month!
Here’s the simple truth, I stopped writing because of family issues.
Yesterday I had the privilege of translating for Fyodr, a great brother-in-Christ, and pastor from Eastern Ukraine.
In addition to preaching I also shared one testimony from one refugee who lost everything,
The eyes and ears of the world watched as protesters on Kyiv’s Maidan Square pushed closer toward government buildings. Some holding wooden shields huddled together behind anything that would give them cover.
“It could be demons” the lady told me, referring to her adult son, “But I don’t think so because he’s a really kind boy.”