As the war of Russian aggression and atrocities continue, the Voice of Ukraine seeks to tell the story of our Ukrainian brothers and sisters and partner churches in Ukraine, and to respond to the crisis with truthful information about the war, to make critical needs known, and to assist by mobilizing prayer and resources to address these needs.

Ultimately, we want to make known the hope of Christ through all we say and do during this crisis.  Thank you for joining us!

– The MTW Ukraine Team

Registration is officially OPEN for the CFU Winter Crisis Response

To find out more or to register your participation, visit

To watch a zoom update from L’viv (with Doug Shepherd) explaining the basics of CFU Winter edition, click this link. 

How is this current CFU initiative different from the summer 2022 CFU project?

  • The key difference for the winter CFU initiative is that we no longer need couriers to fly crates to Poland. All crates will be delivered to either Dallas or Chattanooga. We have (2) partner shipping companies that are helping us collect, palletize, fly and deliver aid to Lviv. These companies are providing their services to us for free!
  • We have updated and revised our supply lists to include some winter supplies and other items requested by the Ukrainian Church.
  • We are using a different plastic bin for our crates (due to the fact that crates are no longer checked on commercial flights).

The needs in Ukraine are urgent. Thanks for your interest and prayerful consideration.

with Doug Shepherd, MTW Team Lviv Leader
Hear updates on the war, the Ukrainian Church & CFU winter aid

Sunday, January 29 @ 2 pm CST / 3 pm EST

Click this link to join

(same time, same link)
January 29
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Lecture: Understanding Russia’s Execution of Genocide in Ukraine

2022 Elie Wiesel Memorial Lectures with Timothy Snyder: Understanding Genocide in Ukraine

ADMIN: This lecture by Timothy Snyder is a must listen for all who are sincerely interested in understanding what is happening in Ukraine and the Russian ‘thinking’ behind the prosecution of a genocidal war in Ukraine.

Updates & Stories

1/30/2023 – God is at work even when we don’t see or don’t notice it

From Ira Kapitonova in Kyiv (Day 340): I have not hidden your deliverance within my heart;I have spoken of your faithfulness and your salvation;I have not concealed your steadfast love and your faithfulness from the great congregation.Psalm 40:10‭ As we approach the one-year anniversary of the current invasion, it’s getting harder to come to terms…

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1/30/2023 – A 9 Year War

From Maia Mikhaluk in Kyiv (340th day of ruzzian invasion): My 340 day count started with the big invasion in Feb 2022, but this war is going on for 9 years now. Facebook reminds of one of the trips we made in 2016 to Avdiivka. That day we distributed aid in kindergarten “Joy” and the…

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1/30/2023 – Belgorod Dnestrovsky

From Lyuda (Day 341): Dear brothers and sisters,Today is the start of the new week and we wake up with the sound of the alarm. I’m trying to imagine the missiles and drones that fly to our cities and the people who launch them, then I start praying and soon the message comes that the…

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1/29/2023 – Movie: Munich – The Edge War

From Maia Mikhaluk in Kyiv (338th day of ruzzian invasion): Now FB brings in the Memory section more and more posts from last year that remind me how we were already aware of the invasion that was about to start. I reread my post about this Netflix movie last year and I wouldn’t change a…

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1/29/2023 – Belgorod Dnestrovsky

From Lyuda (Day 340): Dear brothers and sisters,We woke up in a beautiful morning. It was snowing all night and everything is white. Snow has always brought joy, but this time all thoughts are about the soldiers, about those who sleep in the trenches, who are in the open air. Dear God, warm them, please,…

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1/28/2023 – “The Longest Journey”

From Maia Mikhaluk in Kyiv (337th day of ruzzian invasion): Some time ago, I read Oksana Zabuzhko’s book “The Longest Journey.” The book was written since the war started and published in Kharkiv while the city was under constant artillery fire. The book explains the current war with ruzzia in two dimensions – one is…

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1/28/2023 – Belgorod Dnestrovsky – Spiritual warfare

From Lyuda (Day 339): Dear brothers and sisters,Sergey and I were discussing the passage about putting on the whole armor of God. We talked about spiritual war which is constantly going on. And this war is not the war for the territories, it’s the war in which Russia tries to impose the philosophy of Cain,…

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1/27/2023 – Mariupol

From Euromaiden Press: Good morning World ! Good morning Ukraine !Before and after… Mariupol – the once vibrant industrial seaport is utterly devastated by Russian bombardments, shelling and gunfire. Mariupol residents hid for 2 months in the basements of apartment buildings and factories, surviving without water, heating or electricity. The last Defenders left the city…

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1/27/2023 – Tanks from the West: God’s timing

From Ira Kapitonova in Kyiv (Day 336): How precious is your steadfast love, O God! The children of mankind take refuge in the shadow of your wings.Psalm 36:7 Following Germany’s announcement of the provision of Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, the US announced today about sending us M1 Abrams tanks. Ukraine is to receive over…

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1/26/2023 – What Is Eastern Orthodoxy?

From Ligonier by Panagiotis Kantartzis: Smells and bells, ancient chants and priests with long robes and beards, people crossing themselves and kissing icons, an atmosphere filled with an “air of antiquity and apparent changelessness.” That is what one observes upon first sight in his or her encounter with the Eastern Orthodox Church. A sense that…

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1/26/2023 – Putin lives in an information bubble

Euromaiden Press: Putin lives in an “information bubble” and does not really know what’s happening on the battlefield, Zelenskyy says in an interview with Sky News When asked if a face-to-face meeting with Mr Putin would help to resolve the ongoing war, Mr Zelenskyy said: “It is not interesting for me to meet. Why? Because…

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