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While the whole world is carefully watching what’s happening in Ukraine, it is important to consider the kind of impact these events have on the families in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia and especially our brothers and sisters in Christ.

In this episode, our host Helen Todd talks with Valeriy and Nika Babariko from Western Ukraine. Valeriy and Nika currently serve with YWAM in Ukraine, but the threat of war could tear their family apart and force them to fight against one another. In this episode, you’ll hear about what’s happening in Ukraine, why Valera might need to fight against his family and neighbors, and how we can be praying for the Christians in Ukraine.

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3:45 – What is actually happening in Ukraine?

6:30 – Could the war be solved on a political level?

7:20 – War could split Valeriy and Nika’s family apart

10:00 – Valeriy and Nika’s stories of coming to Christ

14:05 – The spiritual situation in Ukraine

19:11 – The conflict between being a citizenship of one’s country and the Kingdom of God

20:54 – Valeriy and Nika’s opportunities to serve Christ

24:54 – How Christians can pray for the Ukraine/Russia crisis

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