Dasha’s dream is to tell others about Jesus Christ, and it’s what she does every day on FEBC’s radio programs in Russia. Broadcasting from Moscow, Dasha is touching a nation struggling with alcoholism, millions of orphaned children, and the largest number of abortions in the world. But Dasha’s messages of love and hope reach even further […]
As the tension in the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues to rise, are you struggling to understand the two countries? Take a look at this infographic on Ukraine, and how you can pray the the country. Share This Resource To embed this infographic on your own website, copy and paste the code into your page:
As the tension in the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues to rise, are you struggling to understand the two countries? Take a look at this infographic on Russia, and how you can pray the the country.
Reports from Eastern Ukraine indicate that pro-Russian separatists in the eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk have voted for independence from Ukraine.
U.S. sanctions imposed on key Russian officials and companies in effort to “change Moscow’s behavior” in Ukraine. Gas disputes between Gazprom and Ukraine may result in a court proceeding. Hostages held by Pro-Russian activists in Sloviansk.
Ukraine launches military action against Pro-Russian forces occupying government buildings and facilities. Read an update on the details of that event, as well as a brief recap on the events leading to it.
Read about the latest circumstances in Ukraine, and pray for peace for the country in turmoil.
CC Photo by Ivan Bandura An announcement earlier this month revealed that February’s sniper killings in Kiev were ordered by then-President Viktor Yanukovych. During that time, over 100 protesters were shot and killed by riot police. Between 30,000 and 80,000 Russian troops are now stationed at various locations along the Ukrainian border. The buildup of […]
Amidst tensions in the Ukraine, people are finding hope through FEBC broadcasts and guidance from Scripture on how to react in the current situation.
Photo CC by Ryan Anderson Last night, over a million Ukrainians were on the streets, protesting the government’s decision to postpone the beginning of the integration process with the European Union. Government forces were brutal in their efforts to disperse the crowd. Two weeks ago I spent several days in Kiev, Ukraine, discussing FEBC’s development plans […]