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How Christians Are Serving Courageously in Ukraine

How Christians Are Serving Courageously in Ukraine

This growing crisis in Ukraine is an opportunity for God’s people to demonstrate God’s compassion in the power of God’s Spirit. The darker the room, the more necessary and powerful the light.

Rescuers Search for Survivors after Ukrainian Theater Sheltering Displaced Civilians Is Bombed

Rescuers Search for Survivors after Ukrainian Theater Sheltering Displaced Civilians Is Bombed

Rescuers are searching for survivors after Russia reportedly launched an airstrike on a Ukrainian theater that was sheltering displaced civilians.

Responding to Volodymyr Zelenskyy's Remarkable Speech

Responding to Volodymyr Zelenskyy's Remarkable Speech

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed a joint session of the US House and Senate yesterday. Among his statements were these very perceptive observations: “Russia has attacked not just us, not just our land, not just our cities. It went on a brutal offensive against our values, basic human values. It threw tanks and planes against our freedom, against our right to live freely in our own country, choosing our own future, against our desire for happiness, against our national dreams, just like the same dreams you have, you Americans.”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Urges U.S. to Help End Russian Invasion

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Urges U.S. to Help End Russian Invasion

In a virtual address this week, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged the U.S. to help put an end to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Israel PM in Talks with Putin, Zelenskyy: 'Let's Pray' He Has the 'Wisdom of Solomon'

Israel PM in Talks with Putin, Zelenskyy: 'Let's Pray' He Has the 'Wisdom of Solomon'

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has emerged as a key negotiator for peace between Russia and Ukraine after speaking with leaders of both countries in recent days, including flying to Moscow for a face-to-face meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Mohler Pushes Back on Russian Fake News: 'Truth Really Does Exist'

Mohler Pushes Back on Russian Fake News: 'Truth Really Does Exist'

Theologian and author Albert Mohler is encouraging Christians not to fall for Russian "fake news" amidst its war on Ukraine, saying believers are called to "seek the truth" and think rationally.

Russian Evangelical Leader Apologizes to Ukrainian Christians for Invasion: 'I Mourn What My Country Has Done'

Russian Evangelical Leader Apologizes to Ukrainian Christians for Invasion: 'I Mourn What My Country Has Done'

A Russian evangelical leader recently issued a statement apologizing to Ukrainian Christians over the recent Russian invasion.

Mike Pence, Wife, Visit Ukraine, Ensure Refugees That 'Americans Are Standing with Them in Prayer'

Mike Pence, Wife, Visit Ukraine, Ensure Refugees That 'Americans Are Standing with Them in Prayer'

Former Vice President Mike Pence traveled to Ukraine this week to extend his support to refugees who have fled the war-torn country due to the Russian invasion.

Russia Accused of 'War Crimes' following Airstrike on Maternity Hospital in Ukraine

Russia Accused of 'War Crimes' following Airstrike on Maternity Hospital in Ukraine

Ukrainian and Western officials are accusing Russia of committing war crimes after Russian forces carried out an airstrike on a maternity hospital in the port city of Mariupol, killing three people.

Girl Sings “Let it Go” in Ukrainian Shelter, Video Goes Viral

Girl Sings “Let it Go” in Ukrainian Shelter, Video Goes Viral

As I have discussed often over the years, it is conventional wisdom in our postmodern culture that all truth claims are personal and subjective. But when children are hiding in shelters and bombs are falling on a children’s hospital, such relativism is one of the first casualties. Suffering has a way of clarifying our priorities and exposing our fallacies. The psalmist spoke for many when he admitted to God, “Before I was afflicted I went astray, but now I keep your word” (Psalm 119:67). He could then observe, “It is good for me that I was afflicted, that I might learn your statutes” (v. 71).