MoldovaStories

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…

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StoriesUkraine

Hope for a troubled little rebel

Our story is about a boy from the Club in Oleksandrivka, a farming village of about 500 in western Ukraine. Because of the lack of employment, a lot of working-age people tend to move to cities abroad to find jobs. Some who do not have that opportunity turn to alcohol, and many local children grow…

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StoriesUkraine

Finding hope

My name is Anya and I am 13 years old. I live in a small village in Ukraine. My relationship with my parents has been the most difficult part of my life. They have abused alcohol for many years and when they get drunk, they often turn their anger on me. I have suffered verbal…

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StoriesUkraine

MY NAME IS WRITTEN IN HIS BOOK OF LIFE

More than 25 Tomorrow Clubs operate in Ukrainian orphanages. Some of the children in these orphanages don’t have parents, but the majority have been removed from their homes because of abandonment, alcoholism, drug abuse, or imprisonment of their parents. Olena, pictured above with one of the Tomorrow Club leaders, is one of about 200 children…

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RussiaStories

A FATHER TO THE FATHERLESS

For many years, Tomorrow Clubs have worked in orphanages across Ukraine and Russia. In past newsletters, you may have read some of the stories of these children. Despite some improvement in the government child welfare systems, there are still hundreds of thousands of children living in orphanages. These children either have no parents, or their…

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RomaniaStories

FADING CHURCH IN HUNGARY REVIVED BY NEW TOMORROW CLUB

The little city of Békés, Hungary, is similar to many other small towns in eastern Europe. High crime rates, alcoholism, poverty and unemployment contribute to discouragement and despair in much of the population. The widespread social and economic issues are huge stressors for families, and as a result many children are living in single-parent households.…

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StoriesUkraine

HOPE IN THE MIDST OF HOPELESSNESS

Despite the recent Minsk agreements, the war in Eastern Ukraine is still ongoing. The conflict has taken thousands of lives, and made refugees of tens of thousands. Many displaced people have relocated to Zaporozhye because of its proximity to the war-torn Donetsk area. Currently, some 10,000 refugees from the Donbas region reside in Zaporozhye and…

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ArmeniaStories

KIDS COMING TO CHRIST IN ARMENIA

We have received exciting news from Armenia: nine children have given their lives to Jesus! Country Director Yeghish is thrilled – and so are we! He says, “The Tomorrow Clubs have only been working in Armenia for a few months but we are already seeing God work in this nation!” Yeghish tells us parents also…

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Stories

To Live Life to the Fullest

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…

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