From Lxxx (Day 34): Dear brothers and sisters, I want to start with a good news. Last week I asked you to pray for Nxxxx, the student of Vxxxx. The contact with her was lost after the city was bombed. Naxxxx is fine, they didn’t have electricity and internet and people couldn’t charge their phones. Now Nxxxx continues her studies and does well. Thank you for your prayers.
Yesterday I talked to Sxxxx, the refugee from Mariupol, she revealed some very traumatic moments of her experience. Today our counselor Txxx will meet with her.
One of our main efforts now is to help our soldiers on the coast who are defending our beaches. They stay there all the time in the open air. We know that some of them are sick with cold. We want to help them with medicines and other things they might need. We are so thankful to them for the safe life of our town today.
The women of our church care about some elderly people in our community. Sometimes it’s hard because their thinking is not clear and they have problems with memory. We hope we will be able to take care of their needs in this difficult time. Please, pray for our country and for our work to bring victory and the glory to God.
In Christ, Lxxx