More Thoughts on the Ukraine

Last week I called upon my Church Family to pray for the people of the Ukraine and for all the families pulled apart by this war—they have already suffered too much—and to pray for the pastors and religious leaders who are providing ministry within the zone of conflict at great personal risk. I challenge you to pray daily in your Quiet Time and weekly in your FBC Pompano Connect Group. You are welcome to come, as well, to our Prayer Room at the church—as you feel moved to pray. But prayer is not all that we do—

There are some things you would want to know about Southern Baptist efforts to provide ministry in this disastrous war-torn situation. Send Relief is the name of our Southern Baptist Compassion Ministry. This arm of our SBC Mission’s Team (NAMB & IMB) reports it is actively working with local Baptist Partners and churches in Ukraine, Poland and ten other border nations in this growing crisis. Send Relief estimates they are currently serving 131,000 displaced people. Send Relief is providing emergency food supplies, shelter, transportation, hygiene kits and more to displaced families right now and for months to come.

If you would like to give to help those who are hurting in this Ukraine crisis, you may give through our own SBC Compassion Ministry: Give by check to—

Send Relief
P.O. Box 117246
Atlanta, GA 30368
Memo: Ukraine Crisis 2022

(If you would like to give Online go to sendrelief.org and follow the prompts)

May our dear Lord bring relief and resolution to this crisis…

Pastor Ron

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