Making Peace in the Midst of War: The Protestant Church in Eastern Ukraine

Michael Cherenkov, Mission Eurasia’s Executive Field Director

Mission Eurasia’s executive field director Dr. Michael (Mykhailo) Cherenkov recently published an article in New Eastern Europe about the role of the Protestant church in eastern Ukraine as a trusted agent of peace, reconciliation, and humanitarian aid in the midst of a bitter war.

In this season of conflict and crisis, Protestant churches are serving as the hands and feet of Jesus as they promote reconciliation and care for the physical and spiritual needs of the country’s most vulnerable people. This article highlights how the evangelical church in eastern Ukraine is fulfilling the vision of School Without Walls and going outside the walls of the church to serve its community, meet needs, and make disciples!

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