“I’ve had this feeling my whole life that he was not a regular person,” says Natalia about her husband, Victor. “It seemed he was always charged, as though someone was filling him with this energy and I of course know that this was God.”

It’s been a year and a half since her husband and three other FEBC volunteers were first abducted and then killed by pro-Russian separatists for their faith. Yet despite this, Natalia is still living in Slavyansk and is now ministering to refugees and others that have been affected by the conflict in Ukraine.


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