Below is information on our work in Ukraine. We have various projects throughout the country for individuals and churches to be involved.
Click the link above to learn more about the Macedonia Project.
The Antioch Project matches five American church with five Ukrainian mission students to serve in Poland. Details of this project are still being finalized. If your church is interested in linking with a student, contact Field Service Director, Chris Cook.
FLF will sponsor one student, enlist partners, and cover costs for the Antioch project coordinator to attend the Church Planter/Pastor Retreat in L’viv in September.
Orphan Care Initiative
FLF will provide logistical support for leader development between the Missouri Baptist Children’s Home, the Baptist Union of Ukraine, and New Hope Ukraine as they address the orphan care crises in Ukraine. The primary financial support for this initiative will be provided by the Missouri Baptist Children’s Home as well as some designated gifts.
Leader Development Initative
FLF is partnering with the All-Ukrainian Union of Churches of Evangelical Christian-Baptists (AUCECB) to explore plans for leader development in church planting/missions, pastoral ministry, social ministries (including such ministries as sports evangelism and orphan care), and worship leadership.
Church Planting Partnership
In partnership with Southwest Baptist University Inter-Cultural Studies Department and the Kiev Church Plant Project, FLF will provide logistical support in placing SBU students for six months with the Kiev Church Plant Project.
“The idea of Intercultural Studies students to come to Kiev for six months is just great!” Andre Khudyakov, church planter
The students from SBU will arrive in late January and will serve through the end of June. The estimated cost is two scholarships for the students from SBU to help with their expenses.