SOCIAL EVENT “ARE YOU HUNGRY?”

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An amazing social event has been organised by the children, who visit Day Center in Lutsk, to help the citizens. Kids made hamburgers and handed them out to the passers-by. People were extremely grateful and happy to feel that someone cares about them. The children were also excited that they had a chance to help others.

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YFC E-CAMP: ENGLISH PRACTICE, EXTREME AND LEARNING MORE ABOUT GOD

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On August 12 - 17, Youth for Christ organized E-Camp in partnership with Mike Manna (an YFCI Global trainer) and the US team. The camp was called “ Move the Mountains”, and it was held in the facilities of the extreme center “Karabin”. 65 teenagers came from different Day Centers of Kmelnytskyi, Volyn, and Lviv regions. The main message was “God is the One who can move the mountains of our worries, troubles and disappointments.”

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DAY CENTER "NAZARETH" HELD AN INTERNATIONAL CAMP

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The Day Center "Nazareth" organized a camp in the Carpathians on July 24 - August 6. The DC team, volunteers from Reformed churches, located in Ivano - Frankivsk and Rivne, and the US team took part in conducting the camp. 25 kids, ages 7 to 17, had a chance to improve their health while living in the mountains. Morning and Evening Services were a part of the camp program and children also had Bible studies. They contemplated on the words written in Psalms and sang Christian songs.

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Ukrainian - Dutch Social Project to help children at risk

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YFC Ukraine joined forces with Dutch Cornerstone Сhurch and Khmelnytsky Baptist Church to conduct a grand social project in Khmelnytsky region. 52 Dutch young people came to Ukraine on July 13 to serve local kids at risk. They organized a camp, helped families with their needs and built the DC facility.

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CAMP “THE PATH” ENCOURAGED TEENS TO BE TRUE CHRISTIANS

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During July 8-14, “The Path” day camp took place in Yasenivka. This year 55 children visited it, and 90% of them were from non-christian families. “The Path” was all about the choice: to look like a Christian or to be a true one. Children listened to Bible lessons with pleasure; they played different games, prepared sketches for the evening service, took part in various workshops and cooking classes.

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