A glimpse of our time in Ukraine.

Along with partners, I have been delivering humanitarian-aid to Ukraine this week. Rice, pasta, oil, flour, canned meat, canned fruit and vegtables, nappies (diapers), UHT milk and so on have filled our van daily. We would drive from north western Romania every morning, wait at both border crossings (one day alone we had six hours of waiting) and then drive to our destination. Thank you to the Free Methodist Church for funding this trip. Thank you to Eliseo and Steli from Rock of Hope ministries for accompanying me and working so hard.

Air raid sirens were regular but not constant. The need for food, hygiene products and medical care is constant. 13 million Ukrainians have been displaced because of the war. https://www.unhcr.org/news/press/2023/2/63f78c0a4/unhcr-year-russian-invasion-insecurity-clouds-return-intentions-displaced.html

The need is great. Each of us can make a difference. Pray. Fast. Give. Welcome those who come as refugees. Show love.

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