Children from Day Centers Went Hiking Together

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This July, the leaders of two different DCs (the one is in the village of Pisky and the other is in a city called Leschyn), teachers of Sunday schools and youth ministers of the local churches joined together to organize two hiking trips for 98 children and teenagers. The children were able to take part in devotions, led by the church ministers, where they heard main spiritual truths. The leaders also encouraged youth to make their decision to follow Jesus firm and deliberate, not just emotional.

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Many Children Started Visiting Sunday School after the Camp

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YFC team joined forces with volunteers of “The Source of Life” church to organize the day camp for Zhytomyr DCs. About 90 children visited the camp every day. The team was glad to be able to serve foster children, kids from families with low income, and also those who have various forms of disabilities. The leaders did their best to find an approach for every child.

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YFC Participates in the Volyn Youth Festival

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A huge event, which brought together about 400 teenagers from the whole region, took place in the Volyn region. The Tenth Annual Christian Youth Festival was organized by Volyn Regional Association of Baptist Churches.  YFC Ukraine had an excellent opportunity to serve the festival participants by conducting Bible speeches, which were connected to the topic of the festival.

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Camp for Day Centers in Khmelnitskiy region

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The camp, which was called “My Metting”, was organized this July, from 9 to 13. Children from DCs in Khmelnitsky Region were able to hear the good news and make new friends there. It was truly blessed week! 

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YFC English Camp for Teenagers who live close to the War Front

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The first week of July was remarkable because of the launching of YFC English Camp in a stunningly beautiful little town Svyatogorsk (Donetsk region). The camp was organized for teenagers who live close to the war front. 77 teenagers gathered together from Day Centers of Mariupol and Druzhkovka and youth clubs of Stanitsa Luganska and surrounding villages. They had an excellent opportunity to put aside their fears and feelings connected with the war for at least a week and to immerse into the atmosphere of joy, hope, and care for them.

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