We’d like to introduce you to Jonathan, a young adult from Pennsylvania who has Down Syndrome. Jonathan is a faithful supporter of Tomorrow Clubs and, in spite of his health challenges, has traveled to both Ukraine and Russia to participate in English camps. His excitement for the clubs began with his dad’s first Tomorrow Clubs…Details
Kids with cerebral palsy in Ukraine are marginalized by society. Natasha, a Christian lady working as a physical therapist in a rehabilitation center for such children, was burdened by the indifference shown to her patients. She wanted to help them spiritually as well as physically. Natasha was familiar with the Tomorrow Clubs and had the…Details
My name is Dmitro. I was born in a dysfunctional family. When I was two years old, I was taken to the orphanage where I stayed till I turned 11. Through the years many people came to visit us in the orphanage, but for me the most unforgettable and special guests were the volunteers from…Details
Roma communities have long been defined by chaos. For generations, Gypsies have remained on the fringe of society, their life style void of well defined boundaries, rules, and balance. Zsolt Szucs, the Country Director for Romania, says “The hope for change in Roma communities lies with the children.” He believes bringing the Gospel and teaching…Details
The leadership conference also brought the opportunity the Country Directors to meet each other in person for the first time. As they shared their stories and vision for Tomorrow Clubs in their country, it was clear God’s hand had been at work, bringing each of them to the ministry in a unique way.
More than 175 Tomorrow Club leaders from six countries gathered in western Ukraine for five amazing days of prayer, fellowship, sharing, training, and fun. All left greatly encouraged by the powerful testimonies of how God is using this ministry to change thousands of lives in Ukraine, Russia, Moldova, Georgia, Romania, Armenia and Belarus. Glory be…Details