by Joshua and Kelsie Steele

Caroling for Comics

Kelsie Steele

Here in Ukraine, it is common for children to go door to door and sing Christmas carols. This year, we had a couple of kids come to our door to sing, and after giving them the customary couple of grevenas (the equivalent of a few cents) we decided to offer them a copy of Good and Evil Short.

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About Love Relationships

With well over 300 Ukrainian students enrolled in our Chronological Bible Course, we get quite a lot of mail. Most of what we receive comes in the form of completed Bible lessons which are first graded and then returned to the student with the next lesson. But often we receive letters covering a broad range of topics. We have been asked everything from "Is it wrong to pray to icons?" to "Do I have a guardian angel?"

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Good and Evil Shipment has Arrived!

We are very pleased to report that the entire shipment of Good and Evil books has arrived at last. On Tuesday morning, we unloaded all four palettes of books in L'viv. We have a growing list of people who have received the short version of G&E, and have requested a full copy. We are thrilled that we can finally begin filling these requests. We believe that God will use this book to draw Ukrainians to Christ.

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Merry Christmas!!

Kelsie Steele

Thank you to our parents, siblings, and friends, who sent boxes over or gave us gifts to make the day special! Merry Christmas everybody!

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In Him was life...

Kelsie Steele

"Did you notice that Roman brought a Bible with him this time?"

"Yes! and Bohdan, who sat next to me, was able to locate all the Scripture references as we went."

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New OFR Posted

The latest version of our newsletter, Overseas Field Report, has now been posted to our blog. To download it in PDF format, please select "Download OFR" from the right-hand menu, or click the link above.

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An Evening of Christian Fellowship

Kelsie Steele

The postal worker's eyes widened as I handed her my 3 large stacks of business envelopes. "So many lovers to write to, eh?", the gray-headed gentleman next to me teased with a twinkle in his eye. I don't usually enjoy trips to the Ukrainian Post Office, but this one was important.

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