Ksenya and Nastya live in a poor area 90 miles southwest of Moscow and are both doing very well in school. But how can they have any hope of a good job in the future when the world around them is falling apart?…
Both girls come from broken homes.
Fourth grader Ksenya, lives in a 3-bedroom apartment with her parents, an older brother and her grandmother. All of them smoke and use bad language.
Nastya, in eighth grade, lives with her single mother who is doing all she can to provide a good home for her daughter.
But what hope does the future hold for those living in a city like Kaluga, 90 miles southwest of Moscow? Many factories have closed, causing the unemployment rate to skyrocket. Now many refugees from Ukraine are fleeing to Kaluga, which has accentuated the situation.
The good news is that Grain of Wheat camps reach out to children like Ksenya and Nastya giving them faith for a brighter future through sharing the Gospel.
After camp, our team continues to reach out to their families and cultivate their faith with follow up through kid’s clubs. Countless children and their families now embrace the future with a solid faith that no matter how bleak their circumstances appear, God will provide.