God is working in ReFrame’s Russian-language ministry. Sergei Sosedkin, your Russian-language ministry partner, recently shared an update from ministry partners in Ukraine, Russia, and the surrounding areas as they respond to the challenges of war in Ukraine with hopeful gospel messages.

Send the Gospel to Ukraine, Russia, and Russian Speakers Around the World

Pray for Your Russian Ministry Partners

  • Thank God for ministry opportunities that have come as a result of the terrible events in Ukraine. In non-war zones of the country, internet has been reliable, and that has allowed people to access ReFrame’s messages of hope in the gospel. Our ministry partners have also shared that more people in Ukraine are professing faith in Christ and praying for peace. In Russia, our partners have seen fewer restrictions on sharing the gospel due to the prioritization of the war.
  • Pray for Lika as she continues to travel across Ukraine, Poland, and other European countries to share the gospel with fellow Ukrainian refugees. She’s currently traveling for an event on International Women’s Day (March 8), so pray for safety and effectiveness.
  • Sergei shared that he and his family, as well as his ministry partners, are feeling well-supported by churches and individuals who want to pray and get involved with outreach to Ukrainians. Pray that this desire will continue. Pray that those who are working on the front lines of the war to share gospel messages of peace will continue to feel strength in the Lord from brothers and sisters in Christ around the world.
  • Pray for peace in Ukraine. In March’s Today devotionals, Sergei writes, “When Christ’s peace rules in our hearts, it changes us and our view of the world. It gives us strength to meet our challenges with grace and humility. And no matter what—we are called to be thankful. . . Heavenly Father, help us to humble ourselves and receive the peace of Christ. Teach us how to reflect your peace in this world with grace and thanksgiving. In Christ’s name we pray. Amen.”