A Ukrainian-American pastor is watching Russia’s invasion of his home country with heartbreak – that’s because the war is taking a personal toll.
Andrew Moroz is a leader at Gospel Community Church in Lynchburg, Virginia, but was born in Ukraine.
It has been difficult for him to see his family and friends hunker down in basements, subway stations, and makeshift bomb shelters to avoid danger.
But he told CBN News’ the PrayerLink his one glimmer of hope amidst all the devastation has been seeing Christians rise up in Ukraine.
“We are seeing the body of Christ truly come alive. They’ve had to pivot and change the way ministry looks for them, but pastors and churches are focused on refugee care and support,” he said.
Click here to read more.
SOURCE: CBN News, Talia Wise