Updates from Global Disaster Relief

Updates from the responose team in Romania / Ukraine

POSTED March 16, 2022

Upwards of 10,000 refugees cross the Ukraine-Romania border every day, and the PCG response team on-location has been assisting individuals through that process by providing food and other essentials. In fact, as Russia begins to choke off food supply and electricity, our teams have been helping to load pallets of food and deliver those by truckload into Ukraine itself.

Thank you again for your continued prayers and giving. May the end of this awful war come quickly.

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Team touches ground on the Romanian border to assist refugees from Ukraine

POSTED March 11, 2022

Commissioned by Global Missions Director Virgil Kincaid, Pastor Brad Carignan and team minister to Ukrainian refugees on the border of Romania. Over 2 million refugees have been pouring into Moldova, Romania, and Poland. Per their report, scores of women and children are in desperate need, so please pray and consider giving during this time to bring aid to the hurting around the world.
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Statement on the war in Ukraine from the Pentecostal World Fellowship


Pentecostal movements around the world are uniting in prayer because of the war in Ukraine.The heart of God and our hearts are deeply grieved by the needless suffering of innocent people that is taking place due to this conflict. We pray and call for those who have initiated this violence to stand down and seek a peaceful resolution. Psalms 34: 14 says: “Turn from evil and do good; seek peace and pursue it.” And, Jesus taught us in Mathew 5:9 that “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.”

We are extremely grateful for the many denominations, churches, relief organizations and individual believers who are sacrificing to care for the over 2 million refugees entering other nations. Pentecostal churches and ministries are on the front line across Europe in communicating the love of Christ in practical ways to the hurting and displaced. In unity, the Pentecostal World Fellowship’s Global Pentecostal Relief and Development Partners are collaborating to support those affected.

We pray for our brothers and sisters in Ukraine who are enduring incredible pain and loss because of the war. We pray also for our brothers and sisters in Russia who are ministering in increasingly difficult circumstances. Religious persecution continues to increase in both nations. May God protect, strengthen and comfort them is our prayer. May God also use this moment to open many hearts to the gospel and grant supernatural boldness to declare God’s Word in the midst of danger.

We anticipate the day when war will be no more and the kingdoms of this world will become the kingdoms of our Christ and the promise of Micah 4:3 will be realized: “He will establish justice in the rabble of nations and settle disputes in faraway places. They will trade in their swords for shovels, their spears for rakes and hoes. Nations will quit fighting each other, quit learning how to kill one another.”