Slavic Gospel Association Combatting Desolation in Ukraine

Photo courtesy of Slavic Gospel Association

What does war leave behind? Conflict in eastern Ukraine has left the region wartorn and wounded. Ukraine’s infrastructure has taken a beating from fear and violence, leaving much of the area plagued by poverty and starvation.

In the words of Slavic Gospel Association’s Eric Mock, “While the Ukrainian government works to establish itself on the world scene, it still reels from the reality of its industrial base that was greatly damaged when Russia invaded the eastern third of the nation.”

As a result, villages and towns have been devastated. Local businesses, including grocery stores, gas stations, and more, have been shelled into rubble. Most surviving businesses chose to flee rather than wait in fear for their turn, and new businesses rarely take the financial or physical risk of establishing themselves.

Homes are gone, too. Most have been blown away by bombing and war, leaving locals starving, impoverished, and homeless. Conditions are already harsh, and as winter builds, it’s only going to get worse.

And yet, there is hope. “In the midst of suffering that’s going on, God continues to accomplish things, as you said, behind the scenes and in amazing ways, to raising up His church and people that desire to make a difference.”

Click here to read more.

SOURCE: Mission Network News, Alex Anhalt


  • Pray for Ukrainians suffering in the wake of conflict.
  • Ask God if you should contribute to the Crisis Evangelism Fund.
  • Thank Him for the support SGA provides the Ukrainian Church.