Walking briskly though polished hallways on my tour of MTU, all I could think was

“Wow, is there anything they don’t do?”

It seemed behind every door was a new class, a new approach, a new way of serving the physically and mentally disabled in Zhytomyr, Ukraine.

The scale of the work I witnessed was simply awesome – mixing skills and passions from many different fields to heal children. And this is going on every day.

I wanted to share a bit of what I was experiencing, so here’s a glimpse at an “average” day at Mission to Ukraine!

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    • Mission to Ukraine offers transformative love and care, and they offer it for free. Consider donating to help them continue this ministry and expand it even further.
    • Want to stay connected with what God is doing in Zhytomyr? Sign up for MTU’s monthly prayer guide and newsletter here.
    • Pray for the staff and volunteers at MTU. Pray that they would continue to have energy and compassion as they serve the “least of these” in Zhytomyr.
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About the Author: Brad Miller is a year-long fellow with WND. A student of Psychology, Biology, and Theatre, he's worked as an actor, teacher, balloon artist and last-minute fill-in guy for any number of projects. He loves camping and tinkering with broken and discarded things. Brad's passion in life is to unleash the potential in others.

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  1. Breanna said... 


    January 10th, 2013 at 11:39 am  

    I love the picture of the paintings on the wall! :)

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