As an unwanted child living on the street, Rostik’s living conditions were horrible. No home, no money, no food, no future. But what was lacking most in his life was love.
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…
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.
We have asked Tomorrow Clubs kids in all the nations where we work to say what their Tomorrow Club means to them. Hear what they said: