11/20/2022 – Belgorod Dnestrovsky

From Lyuda (Day 260): Dear brothers and sisters, It’s so nice to have a peaceful night and our day yesterday was quiet. When we wake up with electricity we try to do all the things that need electricity very fast – vacuum cleaning, hair drying after shower, boiling water in the kettle and filling the thermos bottle, etc. We also make a supply of water, because we don’t have water regularly. But in general we are fine because we have food and everything we need. When we think about other cities that are damaged so much and people who stay in cold apartments, we understand that our life is not bad. Yesterday during the day we had electricity in our church building and our music group could have a rehearsal using all the equipment they needed. But then in the evening the electricity was turned off and we don’t know whether we will have it during the worship. We all will wear warm clothes today and will worship as usual.
It’s a very busy time for electricians who have to repair the broken objects. Very often they risk their lives doing it because there is a chance that these objects can be hit again.
When I came to the café for our group meeting yesterday, there was no electricity. But after some time when we began our meeting the electricity was given and we could order pizza.

We had a good meeting, we talked about communication and did some practical training to practice talking and doing active listening in pairs. They all enjoyed it. At the end of our meeting Sergey joined us and talked to some people while having tea.

The youth group that meets separately stays longer and young people don’t want to leave enjoying fellowship.

We are very pleased with the news about the advance of our army and we try very hard to support our military with prayer and any other help. We receive feedbacks from the soldiers whom we sent the parcels with blankets and medicines. We hope we will be able to cook for the soldiers during this coming week.

We wish you to have a good worship.
In Christ,

P.S. These are photos of two support groups meetings- the youth group and the adult group

One response to “11/20/2022 – Belgorod Dnestrovsky”

  1. I am glad that you all can meet, pray, talk and minister even to the soldiers. May God continue to strengthen you in your ministry to families and individuals.


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