“The Churches are Full”

by Christian Aid Mission
March 06, 2014

As the standoff continues between Crimean and Russian military forces, believers in Ukraine are mounting their own army—a legion of prayer warriors seeking peace and healing in their country.

 

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“Christians throughout Ukraine are praying and fasting. All churches are overcrowded with people who are coming to seek God’s face and ask for deliverance,” said Rostislav Borishkevich, the director of Good Samaritan Mission in Kiev. “People are crying out to God because they know that only He can help our nation.”

One of the ministry’s churches in Rivne, Ukraine, overflowed with some 2,000 worshipers who gathered Sunday evening for an all-night vigil, he said.

Borishkevich told Christian Aid Mission that the tense situation in Crimea has prompted some Muslims, who make up about 12 percent of the population, to come to area churches and join in prayer services.

“The Protestant churches are full in Crimea, and a lot of people have started attending services.


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