Ukraine—Shining a Light in the Darkness of...
by Jayna Richardson February 24, 2022 was a day Ukrainians will never forget. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has brought fear and uncertainty to much of the world, but especially to those who have been displaced from their homes and their country. As tensions and warfare between Russia and Ukraine drag on, the crisis has led […]
Ukraine—Small town, big impact
How can one couple in ministry make a difference when sin and brokenness are tearing homes apart at alarming rates? FamilyLife Ukraine volunteers Volodymyr and Olga Shvets are seeing this question answered through their ministry in the Khmelnytskyi region of Ukraine. Although ministering to families can be discouraging work, God is taking the offerings of […]
Ukraine—Seven years of striving
Igor Logvinenko met Olga at a disco in the Military Academy when he was a cadet. Olga attracted Igor’s attention with her sincerity and laughter, and the two began dating. When Igor finished Military Academy, they got married and moved to L’viv, where Igor’s military unit was located. Their early married life was far from […]
Ukraine–reaching out through HomeBuild...
Editor’s note: Scott Stemple, leader of FamilyLife in Ukraine, collected this testimony from Andrei and Natasha Davidenko, HomeBuilders leaders in Ukraine We were married in May of 2004, and we had many conflicts from the very start of our marriage. We just couldn’t seem to understand one another. Natasha always wanted to solve our conflicts […]
Ukraine FamilyLife calls their ministry Ukraine for Christ. In 2009, they held 14 events for couples and saw over 350 people involved in the HomeBuilders Couples Series small group studies. They held ten trainings for leaders to assist in building a spiritual movement in their country. Ukraine is one of our more mature movements and […]