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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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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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TOMORROW CLUBS IN UKRAINE GROW DESPITE CRISIS

Although Tomorrow Clubs in Ukraine have been established for quite a few years, we have been concerned about what impact the continuing miiltary conflict would have on the ministry.  Sadly, many Tomorrow Clubs in Donetsk and Lugansk were closed as thousands of Christians had to flee their homes to safer parts of Ukraine.  These difficulties…

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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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NEW! TEEN CLUBS IN UKRAINE

he focus of Tomorrow Clubs is typically on children between the ages of 4 and 14. While we have always attempted to continue serving those who ‘outgrow’ the Clubs, in 2014 we officially launched a program with curriculum specifically designed for a teenaged audience. Club meetings are held in churches or homes, where teens participate…

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Sharing God’s love with those who have physical needs

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…

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First International Tomorrow Clubs Leadership Conference

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…

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