Last week, Pastor Alexander Boyko loaded the DHM minibus with essential supplies of food and medicine and drove to the frontline of Ukraine’s war with Russia in the occupied eastern region of Luhansk. While there Pastor Alexander visited a local church which helped him to distribute the supplies. The supplies,
Regular readers will remember that earlier this year, we wrote about, Vivienne, a young girl from Georgia, USA, who saved up her pocket money for a couple of months before Christmas by doing little jobs for her mum. She donated her money to DHM through her friend, Margaret, who
We continue to respond to the rapidly-changing situation and to support our teams in Ukraine who are caring for the sick and delivering food and medical supplies to those affected by coronavirus, as well as continuing the day-to-day ministry to the disabled, elderly and homeless.
Ukraine is starting
DHM is a values-based organisation that is based on relationships of trust and integrity. We are blessed to be served by an amazing team of dedicated and passionate people who give freely of their energy and talents to serve the work of the charity in advancing the Kingdom of God
We are very sorry to bring news of the death on 4th July 2020 of our friend and mission partner in Dnipro, Joseph M. Ragan. Joe was called to ministry in Ukraine in 1994 when he moved to Luhansk. Joe’s love of God and people, led him to
As in other countries throughout the world, the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in Ukraine has already been devastating – and the worst is yet to come. Things are going to get much worse before they get even slightly better.
The disease, COVID-19, which is believed to have originated
Regular readers of this blog will be familiar with DHM’s key ministry partner, Pastor Alexander, from Transformation Baptist Church in Kyiv.
Alexander and his wife were due to travel to the UK last month to share about their amazing ministry with the disabled community in Ukraine.
Unfortunately, their trip had
DHM volunteer, Gary, reflecting on the recent DHM mission trip to Ukraine, writes:
I was greatly blessed by all that God did on this trip. It was a privilege to be part of this team and the unity of love in Christ was awesome. I came expecting to use my
Margaret, one of the volunteers on the 2020 DHM winter mission trip (28th Jan.–5th Feb.), wrote the following reflection about her experience of the trip:
There were 12 of us on a journey – isn’t that biblical! Preachers, teachers and even a doctor – each one brought different gifts to
“Let the little children come to me, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these”
DHM volunteer, Margaret Muchison, wrote about her little friend in Georgia, who recently made a very generous donation to DHM…