The last two months have been very busy. In May and June, I made nine trips to the front-line zones and also had a graduation at the Kremenchuk Seminary, where I had the opportunity to see the brothers from READ Ministries.
I continue to make trips to the city of Slovyansk, Donetsk region, where I help the local pastor. When I was there the last time, the sounds of war were quite active, so people listened carefully to the Word of God and were grateful for prayers and humanitarian aid.
In early June, Russia blew up the dam, and the Dnipro flooded the Kherson region. On the same day, I was looking for people who needed to be evacuated from the cities of Kherson and Antonivka, where the Tavrisky’y Christian Institute (TCI) was located, but the people refused and were willing to stay there.
Now the water has gone, but anyway, it has caused a lot of trouble to those people. Some have lost their houses, and most villages have no drinking water. That's why I bought six-liter water bottles and brought this aid to Antonivka.
Antonivka remains a special place for me. It hurts to see that the TCI is in ruin, and the streets we used to walk on are all destroyed. People have been without electricity for the eighth month. There is no store, shelling happens every day, and now there is no drinking water.