Five-year-old Arsen knew he was in trouble. This wasn’t the first time he had snuck out of the house to come to the Tomorrow Club. His grandmother, bitterly hostile to Christianity, would probably show up at the club meeting again to curse the club leaders and force him to leave. Arsen didn’t care. He had…Details
Andrea’s life got off to a rough start. When her mother abandoned her at three months, she faced the dire prospect of time in a Romanian orphanage, an institution known for neglect and abuse. Fortunately, she was placed in foster care with a good family whom she grew to love. Like many orphans, Andrea struggled…Details
New laws have made it much more difficult to bring the Gospel into Russia. Even so, new Tomorrow Clubs have started. Please pray that the Lord would continue to open doors across this vast country so more kids and families will be reached for Christ. The first Tomorrow Clubs are being launched in Serbia serving Roma…Details
Two years ago, Russia passed the most restrictive religious law in post-Soviet history, placing broad limitations on missionary work. Despite this new obstacle, God has allowed Tomorrow Clubs to flourish in places that are hard to even spot on a map. Watch the video and learn more from our Russia Country Directors.
The tidy building that now serves as the meeting place for the church and the Tomorrow Club started out as an abandoned house, overgrown with weeds. Watch the video and see how God used a young couple and a Tomorrow Club to establish his kingdom in a remote Ukrainian village.
Not far from Mount Ararat lies the small Armenian village of Zangakatun. Getting there is not easy and, like many of the forsaken places where Tomorrow Clubs work, life in this little town is hard. Without the hope of the Gospel, people here live hopeless lives. Like a beacon of light, the Tomorrow Club in Zangakatun…Details