‘We Hope in the Lord’: These Ukrainian Christians are Relying on Faith – and Help From Afar

‘We Hope in the Lord’: These Ukrainian Christians are Relying on Faith – and Help From Afar By Dan Reany for CBN

The United Nations predicts more than 6 million refugees will flee Ukraine for neighboring nations as the Russian onslaught claims more and more civilian lives.

CBN’s Operation Blessing is on the scene to meet these desperate families and give them the physical and spiritual comfort they need.

Many families are fleeing from Ukraine to Poland. Operation Blessing has been stationed near the border to help bring aid and relief to those fleeing the war. These are some of their stories:

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Nadiezhda: “My name is Nadiezhda and these are my children. Ilya is 9 years old and Mariana is 5 and a half. We are from western Ukraine from the city of Lutsk. We had a good life there. We were building a house. We took a few things and some money with us. We took what we could. My husband stayed in Ukraine because men between 18 to 60 years old are not allowed to leave the country. He said goodbye to me and then we came here with a group of people from church.”

Hasmik: “My name is Hasmik, or Jasmine, from Kyiv the Kyiv district. I never could imagine that in Ukraine can be war, and now because of this Putin we have this war, and we can’t understand why.”

Nadiezhda: “A week and a half ago nobody was thinking about war. Up until the last moment we didn’t believe it could happen.  But it is what it is. We hope in the Lord that he will protect us.”

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