Our partners at the Church of the Transfiguration, a Baptist church in Kyiv, recently organised their annual camp for people with disabilities. This camp is conducted for disabled children and adolescents and is held in Voronkiv village, just south of Kyiv, for a month in summer. DHM recently sent a delivery of disability equipment, which
It was a great pleasure to visit New Creation International Church in Lewisham last Sunday.
The lead pastor there is one of my former students, Rev. Gideon Okeoma. Pastor Gideon graduated last year from Spurgeon’s College and is leading a church plant in a deprived area in south London. He
A team of DHM volunteers has just delivered a van-load of disabled equipment to our mission partners, based at a Baptist Church in Kyiv, Ukraine. This church runs a remarkable ministry for disabled people on the margins of society.
Although the church volunteers have been able to offer pastoral support
I was struck by the quality and authenticity of the fellowship among the wider European Mennonite family. I cannot remember attending a theological conference that was pervaded by such a deep and meaningful sense of community.
Given my links to Ukraine through my work with DHM, it was a blessing
DHM is now registered as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation with the Charity Commission of England and Wales (number 1177504)!
This is a significant milestone for our movement, which opens up new opportunities to develop and expand our work for God’s Kingdom in Eastern Ukraine.
At DHM we
During our recent mission trip to Ukraine, the DHM team visited a disabled home in a remote region of Eastern Dnipro Region. The “home” was a dilapidated crumbling old building, which was built during the rule of Stalin. We were struck not only by the ugliness and brutality of the
Our recent trip to Ukraine was an amazing experience of blessing and being blessed. We are returning to the UK with so many happy, painful and poignant memories of our encounters with so many people in desperate situations of need in some of the poorest regions of Europe.
We are very grateful to faithful friends at Horley Baptist Church for their generous support of our work in Ukraine. Yesterday, I gave a brief presentation, showing a few photos of our ministry to a disabled home in Eastern Ukraine. The church responded by donating over £700 (mostly in small,
It was an honour to meet the Head of the Catholic Church in Ukraine, His Beatitude Archbishop Major Sviatoslav Shevchuk, at a recent event at the Royal Institute of International Affairs at Chatham House, London.
The Archbishop gave a presentation entitled, ‘The Mission of the Church in Ukraine Today’. He
Thanks to the generosity of our friends, family and various anonymous donors, we were able to send a dozen zimmer frames and a dozen sets of crutches to a disabled home in the Dnipro Region ahead of our trip later this month.
This equipment will make a huge difference to