The Bus Stop of Hope

You don’t have to spend much time on the roads in rural Ukraine before you notice the bus stops. Many of these ubiquitous Soviet-era structures are quite ugly but others have this enchanting, futuristic quality. Imagine living in the oppressiveness of the Soviet Union, then you come upon a bus stop that looks like it […]

Tetyanka and the War

Seven-year-old Tetyanka has lived through more horror than most do in a lifetime. Her hometown of Popasna, Ukraine, just 20 minutes from the Russian border, was hit hard when the enemy invaded. She was caught twice in machine gun fire and saw her home destroyed as she hid in neighbors’ houses. Amid the fire and […]

Nastya’s Dream

There’s no place like home for the holidays. But for millions who’ve been forced to relocate within the country and beyond its borders to escape the horrors of the war in Ukraine, “home” is beyond reach this Christmas. Since Russia’s invasion last February, thousands of internally displaced children have joined Tomorrow Clubs all over Ukraine […]

Thanking God for your Generosity!

When 2022 began, we had no idea how much things would change for Tomorrow Clubs in Ukraine, our first and largest program. The Russian invasion brought a massive humanitarian crisis, and with a nationwide network of hundreds of local church partnerships, we were uniquely positioned to help. Thanks to God’s grace and the incredible generosity […]

VIDEO: Latest news from Ukraine

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 […]

Artem – the Sequel

When Artem arrived at the Azov sea for camp in the summer of 2020, he had no idea how much his life was about to change. He was 17 and had plans to leave his home country of Ukraine to work abroad. But at the camp, God got his attention and turned his life in […]

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 […]