Together, we can bring help and HOPE to families displaced by the Ukraine-Russia conflict.
Russia has continued and intensified attacks on Ukraine this week.
According to the International Mission Board (IMB), this conflict could cause nearly five million people to be displaced and lead to a catastrophic humanitarian crisis among the Ukrainian people. The greatest needs for displaced families are food, water, shelter, clothing, sanitation and hygiene needs.
We have been in contact with our strong mission partners at the North American Mission Board and the International Mission Board. Their cooperative disaster relief ministry, Send Relief, is already working with local Baptist partners in Ukraine to respond to the growing crisis by ministering to displaced families.
As a church, we will be praying and giving at this time to help with relief efforts. Our gifts to Send Relief will provide emergency food supplies, shelter and clothing to displaced families.
We can give today to bring HOPE and healing to the hurting!
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Pastor John's Thoughts On the Current Conflict and End Times Prophecy:
The book of Ezekiel is one of the most important prophetic books in the Bible; it provides a potential reference to Russia and the future Battle of Armageddon. In chapters 38 and 39 of this Old Testament book, we are given the identities of those forces which will attack Israel in the end times. One of those adversaries is the people of Magog. In ancient times, these people were located in the regions of modern Russia and Ukraine. Their coalition of forces will be defeated by Christ at His second coming. When contextualized with current events, this coalition makeup is nations who have recently been in the headlines. Read more...
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