Petro and his wife in Ukraine have three children, but none of them live with their parents or help care for them. Petro tries to work to generate some income. He says, “With the Lord’s help and your support, we are able to survive.

“This [food] box is very useful aid,” Petro continues. “Thank you much! I wish the Lord’s blessings on the folks in America who made this aid possible. . . . Thanks a lot!”


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