We made another trip to the Kherson region, this time to villages situated on the dividing line of the fighting. Elderly people, lonely people, people with disabilities, and families with children who do not want or are not able to evacuate to safer places are still living there. They live in constant danger, under frequent shelling, without electricity or water and in partially destroyed houses.
The aid of the volunteers is very important and necessary because these people need simple things.
Each visit by the volunteers is a witness of care and a reminder that these people are not forgotten. Every time we visit we deliver food, hygiene products, wheelchairs and detergent. We give out candy and New Testaments to the children. Generators for families are especially in need, so this time we delivered a generator to a family in which there is an elderly man who previously had a stroke. When this elderly man received that important generator, he could not help crying and thanking our volunteers several times, even though it is difficult for him to speak.
We are sincerely thankful to Salvation Church in Lutsk for the food products. We are also thankful to our German partners and friends from the Evangelical Alliance in Germany; Martina Koninger; Hug Hugues; Axel Ermke; German Karatsev; Frank Sodermanns from Used Car Market Platform; and also Felix Schulte and Paul Dalgaard for financial support and humanitarian aid.
Thank you dear friends for our mutual ministry to our people who daily suffer the horrors of war.