For Rilla, this is the view from our plane as we left Chicago.
Rilla, this is the way clouds look when you fly above them.
View from our window this morning at Nehemiah Guest House
Some of the Refugee women and children who attended the tea this evening.
The two girls on the left arrived just 3 days ago from Donetsk
Looking at the New Testaments that we presented them as gifts
Our precious friend Tanya in the red sweater
My precious friend and translator Olya
Tonight, I, Sherry was privileged to speak to these refugee women and one man and offer hope that comes only from our Father. The response was very good and several of the women cried as I shared about the character of God and how His perfect love can cast out any fear. They are dealing with so much trauma from what they have suffered. They have had to leave homes that they built, businesses and jobs, family members and often with only the clothes on their backs. Some shared that their loved ones are trapped in the war zone because their city or village is surrounded by Russian troops and they cannot leave. You can imagine the anxiety they are experiencing as they wait word from them. Please pray for them to hear from their families. I presented the gospel and hope that they will embrace Christ as their only hope and find the peace that he can give.