Many believe they are “saved” because they can recall a time, probably in their childhood, when they repeated a prayer or came forward during a church service or maybe they raised their hand when an invitation was given while everyone’s heads were bowed and eyes were closed.
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.
Have you ever prayed for someone’s complete to ruin? That God would destroy them and wipe them off the face of the earth.
Today I’m fasting and praying for Ukraine. I’m praying for peace in the country and in the heart of each Ukrainian.
Recently our team of missionaries decided that we need to raise awareness of what is happening in Ukraine and to encourage people to pray.
Things are changing so fast in Ukraine that it’s hard to keep up with the news. We’ve been watching events unfold almost on an hourly basis through Youtube and Twitter and we’ve also been talking with family in Ukraine on a daily basis.
This weekend is proving to be one of the most historical on record for Ukraine. After a week of terrible bloodshed there are some positive signs.
This is Ukraine’s deadliest week of fighting probably since WWII! The week isn’t even over and the reports range from 70 to 100 dead!
Many Americans are worried about the political situation in America. Ever since we’ve returned to the US we’ve heard a lot about Republicans and Democrats and especially Obamacare!
Today I interviewed 4 of our 5 kids (Nickolas was sleeping) about life in Ukraine. They answered the following questions;