Pavel and Lyuba sensed God calling them to the Ukrainian village of Uspenovka to start a church, but they didn’t know how He would provide for them and their six children, ages 3 to 16.

When they started getting a monthly food parcel from CAM, they knew it was God taking care of them. The parcel helped supplement the small income they were getting from raising tomatoes and a few animals.

“We cannot express thanks enough for the food,” they told our staff. “The meat is the best part. Our income rarely allows us to buy meat.” Their older children enjoy the Seed of Truth magazine that comes with the parcel.

Pray for this family as they minister in Uspenovka and nearby villages that have little conservative Christian presence.


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