The war in Ukraine has gone through some major changes, and the armed conflicts have lessened some as both sides adjust to the new realities of the revised front lines. Meanwhile, serious efforts to begin the rebuilding process of Ukraine are underway, and the Ukrainians are not waiting for outside
Against the weapon of prayer, Putin’s armies – for all their formidable appearance of strength – haven’t got a chance….
Joshua Searle’s reflection on Ukrainian Independence Day has been published in the Baptist Times. We reproduce it here with permission…
Exactly 31 years ago, 24 August 1991, Ukraine separated from the oppressive
Following a recent health scare and an overwhelming burden of work and other pressures, especially since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, I (Joshua) have sensed that the time had come for me to step down from the leadership and hand on responsibility to others. Therefore, after six
Ever since the start of the war in February 2022, DHM has been working with Salvation Baptist Church in Poltava to provide essential care to suffering Ukrainians who have fled towns and cities that have been destroyed by Russian bombs. Once such refugee is Lyudmila from the Izium district in
DHM supports our local partner, Serhii Zaharchuk, and his team at Salvation Baptist Church in Poltava. Since the Russian invasion, Serhii’s church has provided shelter and hospitality for thousands of refugees, who have fled cities such as Mariupol, Kharkiv, Severodonetsk and Sumy, which have been devastated by Russian bombs. Serhii
One of the saddest features of the obscene war that Russia is waging against Ukraine has been the suffering of children. Millions of young people have had their lives uprooted and ruined, as their parents (if they even have parents) have been plunged into poverty and have been unable to
Finally some good news to come out of Ukraine. Yesterday, our ministry partner, Pastor Alexander Tsarevskiy, baptised four elderly residents of the disabled care home, where DHM has had an active ministry since 2016.
The baptisms were done in a local river and the whole church and several curious
In this post, one of the refugees from Eastern Ukraine, describes how she found shelter at Salvation Baptist Church in Poltava. Funds from DHM, which you sent to us, were used to provide warmth, shelter and food for this refugee and thousands of others who have been blessed by this
In this blog, a female refugee explains how she received food and shelter and a warm welcome from Poltava Baptist Church, one of DHM’s main partner churches in Eastern Ukraine. Donations made to DHM have helped to pay for this vital, life-saving aid. Please keep the donations coming. Although the
An Englishman & Romanian in a French Car with a Ukrainian as the new owner in the log- book…You may remember that the Oasis foundation gave a major contribution toward the cost of an SUV to enable Pastor Sasha to reach remote communities and army posts in remote area.