Josiah Venture brings the hope of the gospel in word and deed to Ukrainians affected by the ongoing war.
As Ukraine heads into difficult projections for winter, many people will face extreme hunger and cold. Also, the emotional trauma of the war has left many Ukrainians looking for hope.
That is why our staff is working on the ground in Ukraine and in neighboring countries with a network of churches. This allows us to direct humanitarian and spiritual aid to the places of the greatest need.
Would you consider joining us in this bold initiative? Your donation to our "Help Ukraine Fund" will directly support this effort.
The Humanitarian Aid We Provide:
- Long-term stay
- Medical supplies
Spiritual Care & Resources
The Spiritual Care and Resources We Provide:
- Personal care
- Spiritual encouragement
- Distribution of Ukrainian Bibles
- Custom designed Ukrainian gospel studies
- Trauma and healing retreats
- Youth ministry projects
“God’s Word gives hope in the hardest days. We came to you with tears in our eyes, but we are departing with big sincere smiles. These smiles, good sleep, good food, the compassion of people, a calm in the soul, and faith that God will lead us to victory—this is what you have given us. You have helped people return to life. You have shown us a new day filled with new opportunities. With great thanks, the people living in room #302.” -Olena
Above Quote: Olena and her 8-year-old son hid for 3 weeks in a basement before miraculously escaping and taking our rented bus out to stay at our retreat center in the Czech Republic and receive care.
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