2nd Day of Christmas

On the 2nd day of Christmas…
We recognize how blessed we are to be able to live and server here in Ukraine.

We have been here for almost two years now.   We can communicate fairly well, now   We are learning to converse about deeper topics than just the weather and simple daily doings.  God is giving us opportunities daily to talk to people about more eternal things.

This week we are planning for our Christmas parties this weekend for families with children with special needs children.  We have been so blessed to get to know these families.   Many of them are not yet believers, but we have many opportunities to share the Gospel and this weekend will be another opportunity.

Friday and Saturday we will have two separate parties for two different groups.   But all families with children with special needs kids.  We still have much to prepare to be ready, but we will be ready by the time we start the first party on Friday evening.

We never dreamed we would get to know these beautiful families or that we would be able to serve them in meaningful ways and share God’s love with them.   We are blessed.

During these 10 days, we are seeking to raise enough support to meet our deficit for living expenses and ministry expenses.   We are hoping to find 50 new supporters at a $50 per month giving level.

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Chris Malone

It is a joy to serve our Lord with the bride of my youth, Mary, and our children. Our nine kids are not all living at home anymore. One has already completed university and has started her career. One is finishing his master's degree and will start his career soon. One is completing her freshman year at university. That leaves six at home. One of those completes high school this year. Amazing since Mary and I are only 30 years old (at least in our minds).
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