Dear friend, I have joyful information to share. We took care of a little boy named Vova and made him smile as much as possible and gave him hope. “If you only put your hope in Christ in this lifetime, you will be the unhappiest of all people.” Vova didn’t survive his second marrow transplant, but he experienced a meeting with Christ.
Many people ask, what was it all for? In September Svetlana came to Omsk to get her paperwork issued about the death of her son. I took her to the official places and were able to get everything done in 3 hours, this is a miracle. A young lady, who is an unbeliever, accompanied us the whole way and is responsible for permits that Vova needed to stay here. All these three hours Svetlana testified to her and shared the Gospel. This girl felt the need to repent and we prayed about it and also want to find a Christian community for her to stay within. Brothers and sisters, how much does a soul cost?
This year has not passed in vain. These miracles are thanks to your prayers and financial participation. Svetlana is thankful for all that has been done for Vova and her, she loves everybody and is grateful to be part of the family of believers.
Friends, we still visit two oncological hospitals and one children’s home for disabled children. We plan to buy gifts for those children and dream to have the resources to do so. We would like to have an inventory for them. We buy gifts for them on their birthday, it brings us closer to them. The doctors say the best medicine for them is to smile and be in a good mood. We will be grateful you could continue your participation in this ministry.
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