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The Tomorrow Clubs network in Ukraine has been growing for 25 years, bringing the Gospel to kids in every corner of the country. Then, overnight, everything changed. As bombs started falling, we realized God placed us in a unique position to help and we knew that was exactly what He wanted us to do. Through…

A Changed Heart

Five years ago, Nastya found herself at the birthday party of a Tomorrow Club member. “Who are these people, and what am I doing here?”, she thought. The Tomorrow Club was meeting in a local church and Nastya’s family were not believers. The social stigma attached to evangelical churches, especially in rural Ukraine, is strong.…

Katya’s Bible

Katya had a dream: she wanted her own Bible. For more than a year, she had persistently asked the leaders at her Tomorrow Club in eastern Ukraine for a Bible. She was offered a children’s Bible and then a New Testament but no, Katya was adamant. She wanted a REAL Bible. The Tomorrow Club leaders…

The Thrill of Hope

This has been an exceptionally challenging year for everyone. In the vulnerable communities the Tomorrow Clubs serve, hope has been harder than ever to find. Katya understands hopelessness. Her childhood was dark and empty and she had no reason to think life in her small Ukrainian village would ever improve. Transformed by the Gospel, she’s…

Wrestling with the Gospel

Vlad has a dream. He wants to become a wrestling champion. While many 15 year-olds seek athletic fame, Vlad wants even more: through sports, he hopes to bring glory to God and share the Gospel with other athletes. But surrounded by unbelieving family and friends, he finds he’s not only wrestling in the gym. Vlad…

Captured by the Love of Christ

Captured by the love of Christ

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…