We look with great concern at the situation in Ukraine, which was generated by the beginning of the war launched by the Russian military forces against a sovereign state.
We call on Pentecostal believers to pray and fast for the cessation of bloodshed in Ukraine and for the restoration of peace in this neighboring country.
In these troubled times, the Church is called to serve those who are facing the consequences of war, wheather their are left in Ukraine or forced to flee their country.
We urge you to be prepared to help those in need and to receive refugees by providing them with spiritual, material, and financial help. This is what the apostle Paul teaches us: “Therefore, as we have occasion, let us do good to all, and especially to the brothers in the faith.” (Galatians 6:10).
We pray to God to protect the Ukrainian people, to guard Romania and Europe, and to help political leaders find the best solutions for peace.
Jesus Christ said, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called sons of God.” (Matthew 5: 9)
God bless you!
(translation by Ciprian Gheorghe Luca)