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• Wartime ministry in Ukraine


Captains Dmitrij Bessmolnyj (right) and Natalia Yaravaya enrolled Anatolia and Victoria Moskalenko as senior soldiers at the Kropyvnytskyi Corps last weekend.

As Russia’s war in Ukraine rages on, Salvation Army corps faithfully continue to serve God and care for those in need around the around the country – despite the increasing difficulties and challenges they face.


Last weekend, Captains Dmitrij Bessmolnyj and Natalia Yaravaya enrolled Anatolia and Victoria Moskalenko as senior soldiers of the Kropyvnytskyi Corps. The officers quoted Isaiah 41:13 over the young couple: “I am the Lord your God. I am holding your hand, so don't be afraid. I am here to help you.”


Major Daniil Lukin, at head of table, leads the Basics of Christianity class at the Kyiv Lighthouse Corps.

The Kyiv Lighthouse Corps is inviting people to their weekly Basics of Christianity classes each Saturday. The participants discuss relevant Bible topics to increase their understanding of God and the Bible in a warm and friendly environment.


Corps around Ukraine are offering what winter clothes they can.

As winter approaches and temperatures drop, corps throughout Ukraine are offering all the warm clothing and shoes they can collect for desperate locals and internally displaced people.


The Salvation Army in Ukraine is focused on Jesus and being his light in very dark days.

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