"The harvest is great, but the workers are few. So pray to the Lord Who is in charge of the harvest; ask Him to send more workers into His fields." Luke 10:2, New Living Translation
We had the privilege in June 2010, to travel to Ukraine (in the former Soviet Union) to minister at two of the three Rhema Bible Training Centers there. What a thrill to see the plan of God unfolding in far away places and to have a part in the lives of those who will become spiritual leaders in their nation.
The first city we visited was Sevastopol, on the Crimean Peninsula on the Black Sea. The views of the sea were breathtaking. Our hosts, Revs. Barry and Adrianne Jensen, took us to a quaint restaurant right on the coast where we had some great authentic fare: lamb kabobs and rice, and wonderful Ukrainian bread. From there it was non-stop ministry each evening to the students (some of the church members attended as well), and also to several worship teams from local churches in the mornings.
From Sevastopol, we flew to Kiev where we were picked up and driven four hours to a city called Sumy in the northern part of Ukraine. In Sumy, school is on Friday evening and all day Saturday. Classes were already in progress when we arrived, so we jumped right in. On Sunday we ministered at the Ark Church, where the Rhema classes are held.
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Ukraine 2010 Rhema Bible Training Centers
Two of the Rhema Bible Training Centers in Ukraine