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11 07, 2020

Overview report on the work in Odessa Oblast

2020-07-14T15:19:40+10:00July 11th, 2020|

Report from Sasha Kohen our manager in Europe: For many long months the attention of the world was focused on the plague named COVID-19. Country by country, like a falling domino house, went into the lockdown, sealing the borders, cancelling travel, closing schools and dramatically slowing down economies. No one could have imagined such drastic and sudden changes. As of today, almost 5 months into the “New World” over 525,000 people have died because of this unknown virus, leaving a bleeding wound that will take long time to heal. Probably the world we knew before [...]

27 06, 2020

Odessa Rescue Mission 2 – June, July & August 2020

2020-09-15T12:22:15+10:00June 27th, 2020|

Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity over the last three months. Our local Rescue Teams in Odessa have visited 145 country villages in the Odessa Province and reached over 4,675 needy children who were evicted from their Orphanage Boarding Schools in the Covid-19 quarantine lockdown. This was more than 4,000 orphans than we started searching for. Our teams have given out 1,400 picture Bibles and 1,620 Survival Packs of food, basic medicine and hygiene products to the children and 1,510 destitute families with needy children. I was stunned that they covered so [...]

31 03, 2020

Increased needs of the orphans that we support

2020-06-23T15:37:02+10:00March 31st, 2020|

Many nations are in “lockdown” as a result of the spread of the Coronavirus around the world. Eastern Europe is no different, and as a result of some of the quarantine measures the orphans that we support have increased needs particularly as medical resources are stretched and the day to day necessities become more difficult to purchase. Through our network we are seeking to minister to the children that are on the streets. At this time we are directly aware of 500+ such children and are looking to provide basic food, hygienic toiletries and medicines for [...]

25 11, 2019

Ministry in England & Orphans in Ukraine ~ November 2019

2019-11-25T17:04:43+11:00November 25th, 2019|

On Sunday November 3rd I drove to Central London to minister to the Salvation Chinese Church in a combined service for Mandarin & Cantonese speaking believers at 12 noon at St Margaret Patten Anglican Church, near Tower Bridge, London. I’ve known many of these Chinese believers for two decades and have found them so diligent in their witness for Christ to the extent that they had planted a number of daughter churches in different areas of London. It’s been marvellous seeing them reach out to, and care for other national cultures in the multicultural City of London. Odessa, Ukraine [...]

25 11, 2019

Ministry in USA and Europe Oct-Nov 2019

2019-11-25T16:35:08+11:00November 25th, 2019|

In early October, the Friday night Fellowship Meeting at John & Linda Andrewski’s home in Mashpee, Cape Cod, was joined by the Yarmouth Ladies Bible Study Group, led by Pat Greene. Linda, Pat and these precious ladies had knitted many little baby blankets, scarves, beanies and little jackets for the orphans and brain-damaged babies of Odessa, Ukraine. They had brought these articles to the Home Meeting to be packed in a huge suitcase for me to take to Odessa in early November. The fellowship was very precious and the message on leaving a legacy for generations after ours was [...]

30 07, 2019

News from Eastern Europe

2019-07-30T15:40:08+10:00July 30th, 2019|

Brain Damaged Babies Orphanage in Odessa, Ukraine The great news is that we have been able to supply and install a Portable Respirator to help these disadvantaged little children with malformed lungs breathe normally when their lungs aren’t functioning properly. In addition, we were able to provide the vitally necessary Mucous Suction Machine that these children desperately need when their lungs block up with mucous and they can suffocate. They are noisy machines but do their work thoroughly. We have recently placed the order with the supplier in Poland for the Verticalizer Chair for little children costing $3,500, so [...]

29 07, 2019

Amazing Mission in Angola

2019-07-30T15:01:30+10:00July 29th, 2019|

Ihave recently returned from Angola, West Africa, where I was speaking at a Missionary, Medical and Humanitarian Aid Workers conference. This was way out in the country in the Angolan bushland at the rustic Vihua Game Resort some 3 hours south east of Lubango. It was a cute place and fenced in from the African animals like springbok, kudu, giraffe, rhinoceros, zebra and ostriches, although monkeys were romping through the resort each day. I had a wonderful time being amongst missionaries, doctors, surgeons and humanitarian aid leaders and local workers, many of whom had been there for decades. They [...]

28 07, 2019

Incredible times in Australia

2019-07-30T15:17:31+10:00July 28th, 2019|

Ladies meeting at Taigum Gardens In May I had the privilege of sharing a PowerPoint presentation of the orphans we support in Latvia and Ukraine, with the ladies’ prayer group led by Beth Irvine & Olwyn Westbrook at Taigum Gardens, Brisbane. What a powerhouse for God these ladies are, who are committed to praying for God’s servants and His work. I believe that Mary Queen of Scots would have said regarding these ladies, what she said about John Knox the great Scottish reformer. “I fear the prayers of John Knox more than I fear the armies my cousin, Elizabeth of [...]

30 05, 2019

A Rejected Little Girl

2019-05-31T17:48:02+10:00May 30th, 2019|

The world, the family, and the mother did not welcome Nastya’s birth. She was not welcomed into life with the smile or a mother’s love. Even as she grew, she would not know what it would feel like to be cuddled, hugged or comforted. She was not just a second-class family member. She was despised. She simply was not there to exist from the very beginning. Her early years were spent, desolate and forsaken. She would eat when she could find food. The streets, back yards and caves were her turf. She felt more secure being outside the house [...]