Let’s lift up prayers for the people in Ukraine. Let’s open our eyes, hearts and minds for a glimpse of understanding about life in Ukraine and its Soviet past. The Ukrainian people have suffered much through the years. More than 50 percent of families have struggled with alcoholism and un-employment in this country. Christians have been persecuted.
Today widows called “Babushkas” who previously were living in cold shacks now have a warm and loving home provided by Good Samaritan Ministries at the Widow’s House in Pulin. They want to contribute so they now complete sewing projects which are sold during lavender season at the Helvetia Lavender Farm in Oregon to support Samaritan ministries.
Babushka Nila says “After a really hard life, I have found rest and love in this house.” Read more