We’d love to “take” you to Eastern Europe via video. It’s exciting to see people hungry for God’s Word. That’s why after fifty years we are still about the Bible, we want everyone to get it.
The Ministers of Education of the states of Lviv and Luhansk, Ukraine have requested EEM to place Bibles and Biblical literature in all of their 2,145 Public Schools totaling 452,397 students. Visit our website.
We have been invited to teach the Bible to children in camps formerly dedicated to teaching communism. There are 500+ camps nationwide and 500,000 children, or more, attend each summer!
The crisis has escalated in Ukraine and the disturbing images and reports of violence have left many of us with hearts breaking and a greater commitment to prayer and service.
Our Ukrainian staff is doing well, is safe and continuing their work distributing God’s Word.
EEM is committed to Ukraine and God’s ministry in Ukraine. This ministry was established to deliver God’s Word under difficult circumstances. We are moving ahead with our plans for continued Bible distribution and work in the camps. The Prince of Peace continues to work and continues to call us to be his ambassadors of love. We are confident He is powerful enough to turn tragedy around and create opportunity for his Word to spread.
There is an urgent need for your support and prayers for this beautiful country. The distribution of God’s Word has never been more urgent.
Please join with us as we pray for the people of Ukraine.
Da! Not Duh. But “Da,” which means “Yes” in Ukraine. The country of Ukraine is saying “Yes” to God. Again. Many Ukrainian officials, librarians and teachers believe giving the Bible to their children will change the future of their country. That is why they continue to ask EEM to put Bibles and Biblical literature in their Public Schools.
It is an opportunity to place Bibles and Biblical literature in two states, Lviv and Luhansk, Ukraine, representing 2,145 Public Schools with 452,397 students who will be studying the Bible in their classrooms. Imagine that. This is the best gift we could give to Ukraine. A country basing its future on God’s word, the Bible. Read More…
On average, Eastern European Mission translates, prints and delivers 160 Bibles every day. Every month. Every year. To the field. And this does not include the thousands of Bibles placed in Public Schools.
In 2012 alone, EEM distributed Bibles and materials to 14 different Eastern European countries. Bibles for individuals, families, mission groups, youth camps, orphanages, native churches, leadership and church planting seminars, prisons, libraries, hospitals, senior centers and more. The demand is strong and still growing. As Alexander “Sasha” Prokopchuk says, “people are hungry for God’s word.” The work in Croatia, Albania, Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine and other countries is often compared to a “modern day Acts movement,” and it’s making a difference. Read More…