Behind the fences

In strong societies where mutual trust and respect are high, fences almost don’t exist but in the small towns and villages where Tomorrow Clubs serve, fences are everywhere. Let us take you behind the fences to a Tomorrow Club in a small town in Moldova and introduce you to a special young man we met…

Running like Jonah

For many years, the Tomorrow Club Director in Dubrovka, Moldova had been looking for an opportunity to leave the small Moldovan village where he was born and raised, believing there was no future for him there. He tells the story of how he was “running like Jonah”. After my repentance, I went to Bible school…

Proclaiming the Gospel in war torn eastern Ukraine

Three years ago, the Tomorrow Club in Bryanka hosted about 40 children weekly. Most local men worked in the thriving local coal mining and distribution industry. Their occupations were often dangerous, but hard work allowed these folks to provide comparatively well for their families. Women usually were able to devote their time to homemaking and…

Breathing life into a dying church

An incredible story of God working begins in what was the once-prosperous city of Lori, located in northern Armenia. During the communist regime, there were over 30,000 residents living in the city, with factories being the primary means of employment. Similar to many places where Tomorrow Clubs operate, after the fall of the Soviet Union,…

New goals, new challenges, new season

Tomorrow Clubs recently held the second annual International Training Conference for club volunteers, regional coordinators and country directors. The event took place in Ukraine. The purpose of this event is to help Tomorrow Clubs staff and volunteers grow in their faith and strengthen their serving and leadership skills.   Olexander Savych, a long-time pastor, spoke…

TRAGIC EVENT EIGHTY FIVE YEARS AGO HELPED BRING TOMORROW CLUBS TO A REMOTE RUSSIAN ISLAND

Between 1932 and 1933, 8 to 10 million Ukrainians were starved to death in an event called the “Holodomor” or death by starving. Many say that the “Holodomor” was caused by Stalin and the Communist regime, who deliberately targeted Ukrainians, depriving them of food because of their nationalist views and their opposition to the communist…