It's been one year since Russia invaded Ukraine, starting a war that has torn the country apart and forced millions of Ukrainians to flee.
For The Salvation Army, the past year has been a time of intense ministry in action, especially in Ukraine and the surrounding countries. Debbie Clarke is one of many Salvationists serving on the front lines. She is a senior soldier at Winnipeg’s Heritage Park Temple and an emergency disaster services specialist. She was recently deployed to Romania for two months, where she supported the Army’s ministry to Ukrainian refugees in Bucharest.
In this episode of the podcast, Debbie shares a testimony about her experiences.
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Debbie, thank you for going where you were needed. God's love, grace and hope reached those who were displaced, broken and struggling because of war and you were one of His chosen channels. May He bless you as you continue to be open to opportunities to walk alongside those who need to know that there is someone who cares.