In international law, occupation is a situation, when a territory of a state or parts thereof come under the authority of hostile armed forces of another state. Occupation most often harms the occupied territory, as well as the rest of the country that remained independent, preventing it from using its own resources. The reverse process of ...
On 24 June, Rev. James Krikava, the director for the Eurasia region of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Office of International Mission, gave an interview for the KFUO radio, sharing about his ministry. Among other things he mentioned Odessa as a location for running educational projects. From 21:50 Rev. Krikava told his listeners about ...
On 1-3 June, the Bishop of GELCU and pastor Vladislav Tsekhanovych took part in the seminar organized by Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary (UETS): “8-step program for curating psychological support groups for adult people suffering bereavement”. Apart from theoretical basics and principles of the work with groups of adults who suffer ...
Mikael Agricola (accent on the first syllable, as in most Finnish words not compounds), was born in Uusimaa, Finland, about 1510. He went to school in Viipuri (Viborg) and then in the cathedral town of Turku (Abo). The bishop of Turku, a Dominican monk, sent him to study at Wittenberg, where he met Luther and Melanchthon, and upon returning home, ...
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Holy Ascension, Kharkov
Kharkivsk'a oblast, m. Kharkiv, vul. Rybalko 12a - More about the church »
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St. Martin`s congregation, Kiev
Kiev, Peter Zaporozhets str. 13 - More about the church »
Sumy oblast, Shostka, Sadovyi Bul`var str., 55-a - More about the church »