Ukraine – What we know & What can we do

We know that some of our brothers and sisters live in areas that are at elevated risk for bombardment and invasion. We know that refugees are particularly vulnerable, with uncertain circumstances and conditions. We know that the primary method for brothers and sisters in Ukraine, as well as Russia, to fellowship is through the internet.… Read More Ukraine – What we know & What can we do

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Ukraine war is veering fast towards a big power conflict

Debkafile, March 17, 2022 Event: “Unacceptable and unforgivable,” was the Kremlin’s response to the US president’s branding of Vladimir Putin as “a war criminal,” on Wednesday, March 16. Incensed rather than cowed by sanctions and international condemnation, the Russian president is likely to double down on his war offensive against Ukraine – regardless of the… Read More Ukraine war is veering fast towards a big power conflict

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Signs of the Times – “Distress of nations …”

(With thanks to Brother Roger Long) As Russia’s war in Ukraine continues, with appalling suffering being inflicted on the people of that state, the western world has imposed major sanctions on Moscow, sanctions that will inevitably have an impact on life in many nations – such is the nature of our interconnected world. A recent… Read More Signs of the Times – “Distress of nations …”

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Worldwide Call to Prayer for Brethren in Ukraine and Russia

“For many years the brotherhood has watched for the time of the end and the return of the Lord Jesus, expecting movement from the north on countries further south and eventually into the Promised Land. Whilst we hope that the current events in Ukraine may be part of that fulfillment, we should not forget that… Read More Worldwide Call to Prayer for Brethren in Ukraine and Russia

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Sergey Lavrov dismisses Liz Truss meeting as ‘like talking to a deaf person’

In the article Liz Truss does not see any no evidence the Russians are withdrawing from border regions near Ukraine you can read that British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss went visiting Kyiv to talk about the Russia-Ukraine crisis. The Russian foreign minister publicly taunted Liz Truss as “unprepared” yesterday, likening their face-to-face meeting on the… Read More Sergey Lavrov dismisses Liz Truss meeting as ‘like talking to a deaf person’

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Putin’s ‘staged atrocity’ plan to justify Russian invasion of Ukraine

The US has accused Russia of planning to stage an atrocity that it can blame on Ukrainian forces as the pretext for an invasion. The “false flag” event could include the use of corpses, supposedly of Russians or Russian-speaking victims in Ukraine, as well as actors posing as mourners, the Pentagon said yesterday, with the… Read More Putin’s ‘staged atrocity’ plan to justify Russian invasion of Ukraine

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President Biden threatened to impose personal sanctions on President Putin if Russia moves to invade Ukraine

These days we can see the reflection of the Bible text where it is said that “the king of the south” will “push” at the king of the North (Daniel 11:36-39) Gog himself, the ruler of the Russian people – President Putin.… Read More President Biden threatened to impose personal sanctions on President Putin if Russia moves to invade Ukraine

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Biden predicts Russia will attack Ukraine but warns Putin of a ‘stiff price’

Joe Biden has said he thinks Russia will make a move on Ukraine, warning Moscow it would face a “stiff price” for an attack yet suggesting that a “minor incursion” might be treated differently by the US and its allies. The US president’s comments at a White House news conference on Wednesday January 19, injected… Read More Biden predicts Russia will attack Ukraine but warns Putin of a ‘stiff price’

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Nuclear-War Risk Minimized in Rare Statement by Weapon States

January 2, 2022 The world’s leading nuclear-weapons states — China, France, Russia, the U.S. and U.K. — banded together on Monday to issue a rare joint statement pledging to dial down the risk that an unwinnable nuclear war might ever break out. “We affirm that a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be… Read More Nuclear-War Risk Minimized in Rare Statement by Weapon States

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Prepare for Russian invasion of Ukraine, US warns European allies

On November 11, new satellite photos showed that Russia is once again massing troops and military equipment on the border with Ukraine. The United States has warned European allies that Russia could be plotting to invade Ukraine in a repeat of the 2014 annexation of Crimea. US officials have privately briefed their EU counterparts on… Read More Prepare for Russian invasion of Ukraine, US warns European allies

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South Caucasus 2021 update

Transcaucasia, also known as the South Caucasus, is a geographical region on the border of Eastern Europe and Western Asia, straddling the southern Caucasus (Russian Kavkaz) Mountains, presenting us the Caucasian States lying between the Black Sea (west) and the Caspian Sea (east) and occupied by Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia. Around the Black Sea… Read More South Caucasus 2021 update

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Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine update

Visits to Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine take place usually outside of the winter months, since travelling around at those times of year can be very difficult. This means that visits would normally start no earlier than March and finish by late October/early November. As a result of this, the Covid-19 pandemic had the effect… Read More Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine update

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