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  • HOME FOR CHRISTMAS

    Can’t you see him?

    He pulls his collar up against the freezing winter wind as it cuts through his flimsy jacket. Shivering and afraid, he wanders out on the street. He’s hungry, lost and lonely. At night he finds shelter in the doorway of an old abandoned building in the downtown area.

    He’s homeless.

    His...

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  • COACHING: A LIFE-CHANGING MINISTRY

    Recently, while engaged in a casual conversation with a friend, he asked, “What’s new in Ukraine?” My answer was immediate and enthusiastic. “Coaching, “ I said. “That’s what’s new!”

    Coaching in its many different forms today is not only new as an industry in America and even around the world, but it’s new as a ministry...

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  • IT WAS A GODSEND

    It was a godsend.

    About 10 years ago, a Canadian couple donated $25,000 to establish a Small Business Loan Fund for enterprising business people. It could not have come at a more opportune time. Interest rates at the time were 25 – 30%. Fear of default made it difficult to qualify and the...

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  • ISN'T GOD AMAZING?

    “Isn’t God amazing?”

    “This is the first thought I had when we concluded the recent conference on autism in Zhytomyr,” Viktoriia Brzhezytska, Director of the Life Skills Center, said. “I was so pleased with the help we were able to offer hurting parents with autistic children.”

    Zhanna Zarichna, mother of a 15-year-old son with Autism Spectrum...

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  • GRATEFUL FOR A NEW LIFE

    “I was only nine, but I remember my classmates laughing at me when they found out I had attended church,” said Katia Lavrenchuk.

    In Ukraine few children attend church. It is mostly older people. Katia soon told her neighbors that she no longer wanted to go even though she loved the music in church.

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