Missions Journey: Students – Ukraine
Jack Gibbs, his wife, Brennen, and their two children, Jackson, and Emma, serve in Romania after leaving Ukraine in 2022. While the language and cultures are very different, Romanians generously welcomed people fleeing Ukraine, including the Gibbs family. The Gibbs family and Romanian churches are involved in refugee ministry. This ministry provides food, clothing, housing, work, and medical consultations for Ukrainians. Jack shares how 2 Timothy 1:7, a verse he learned as a child while he practiced Bible drills, is a constant reminder of who he is in Christ. Students will learn about the importance of friendships and families in ministry, and be inspired to develop meaningful friendships with nonbelievers.
This fully digital resource contains plans for four sessions, including links to the missions videos, missions project ideas, supplemental activities, prayer activities, and a leader devotion.
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