Life in a Ukrainian Gypsy camp is difficult for Vita and her husband as they struggle to provide meals for their seven young children. Because they cannot afford their own house for their growing family, they moved into a small house with relatives. The arrival of a monthly food parcel eases their burden of wondering what to feed their hungry children.

Vita’s children also enjoy looking at the literature that comes in the food parcel. In Gypsy camps, where families live close together, the literature is passed around and many hear the Gospel news. Thank you, supporters, for providing this physical and spiritual nourishment!


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