OM Ukraine mobilises the local church for ministry in the war zone.

09 Jun, 2017 | Ukraine
OM International
OM Ukraine, in an effort to get more churches involved in ministry in the war zone organised a humanitarian trip for church leaders from different denominations to the war zone.
In order to see results of the ministry, christians need to serve there where God is moving. Today in the Ukraine God is truly doing unique things. The war in the east of Ukraine has opened doors for OM Ukraine to invite the Rovne inter-church counsel to take part in ministry in the war torn east. Ministers from – Orthodox, Baptist, Church of the Latter-day saints, Charismatic and other evangelical churches all travelled together to the area known as “O”. Here people have been living without clean water, electricity or gas for the last 11 months and dependent on humanitarian help.  Thanks to generous sponsorship, OM Ukraine were able to organize transport, buy the needed food for relief packs as well as fuel for generators. Local Christians pitched in to help, making Ukrainian Vareniki, and gathering humanitarian aid.

During the trip the OM team were able to visit and pray for people in churches, halls and simply outside. The hearts of people are so open and churches are living in expectation of a great revival.

Openly people are saying that the biggest problems in the east are that people are without God. They believe that only through repentance, new birth and renewed thought change will come to the current desperate situation. We here witness after witness of churches overflowing today in the east where three years ago empty pews were visited by only a few grandmothers.

After this trip the church leaders in Rovne started to gather humanitarian aid to help their countrymen in the east. On their own some are planning trips.

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