Pray for Alexandr and Nadia (3-27-2022)

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Over the next few weeks, we will be highlighting FEBC Ukraine staff members, detailing how you can support them through prayer.

Today we invite you to pray for for Alexandr and Nadia Pastushak.

Alexander and Nadia often minister at FEBC Ukraine as a team. They host the Family Bible Hour program together and they both serve as counselors on FEBC’s prayer helpline.

Alexandr received his theological education from Irpin Seminary, near Kyiv. The city of Irpin has been under heavy attack by the Russian army, resulting in the partial destruction of the seminary. Sadly, a friend from seminary who was helping civilians evacuate from the city, was recently killed.

Alexandr and Nadia are in a safer area of the country (relatively speaking) and have been hosting people at their home who have evacuated from more dangerous parts of the country. Fellow FEBC broadcaster Olesia and her family stayed with them when they arrived in Chernivtsi, and Alexandr and Nadia will now be hosting another FEBC Ukraine broadcaster, Igor.

Please pray for:

• God to help Alexandr and Nadia endure the conflict and have emotional strength

• God to continue to keep their family safe

• For the continued strength to serve others through housing refugees, providing financial support, praying, and physical help

• For the ability for Alexandr to continue to serve and help locally and not be drafted

Below Alexandr is pictured 1) In the studio before the war in Ukraine began, and 2) in a bomb shelter with their young son from several weeks ago.

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  1. Thank you for serving the kingdom of the Lord so faithfully.
    Praying for you specifically.
    Know you are loved and cared for by your brothers and sisters in Pennsylvania, United States.

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  2. Praying for you, Alexandr and Nadia. Praying for strength and wisdom for each day. Thank you for how you are serving your family, refugees, and others through your ministries. Praying for protection – physically, spiritually, and emotionally. Love in Christ from Minnesota, U.S.

    Psalm 46:1 God is our refuge and strength, an ever present help in trouble.

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  3. Praying for the Pastushak family. For peace and rest in the midst of all the upheaval, for wisdom and discernment in dangerous circumstances, and joy in Christ and the hope He gives us. ❤️

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  4. Praying the Lord will comfort your hearts and give you renewed strength today! Thank you for all you do. ❤️🙏

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