Hearts 4 Ukraine is a ministry of the Kyrylov Family—Sasha, Regina, and their daughters.
- Their mission is one of introducing Jesus Christ to the children and families of Ukraine by ministering to:
- Children through sports: They realize their involvement with the children is temporary but the need is long-term.
- Adults through Christian Education: They travel to local churches and equip leaders to share the Gospel effectively with children through camp ministry, sports, and other activities.
- Women through maternity care. The abortion rate is very high; therefore Christians see a tremendous need for a Pregnancy Crisis Center—a place where women with crisis pregnancies will receive counseling, education, humanitarian aid and Bible studies.
Sasha and Regina know that nothing happens without the leadership and power of God. They ask for our continued prayer support.
The ministry of Hearts 4 Ukraine operates solely on the financial gifts and offerings of churches and individuals as well as missional partnerships such as the relationship our Church Family has with them.
NEWS FROM UKRAINE: Our most recent news from the Kyrylov Family was in an email from Regina to Pastor Bob on Jan 31, 2023. While she is here in the US with the family, Sasha is still in Ukraine. He has not been permitted to leave but has applied for permission to leave the country for a month to come to US and see his family. She was able to travel there in October 2022 and while there they were able to assess the needs for winter. Russia has hit electrical supplies and there are rolling blackouts and no heat and water at times. With available funds they have been able to purchase coal for families in the village as well as generators, electric heaters, diapers, clothes and food for clients at the women’s center. While is US, Regina has been able to raise funds to send to Sasha who is purchasing medical supplies, food items, gasoline, rechargeable batteries, rechargeable lanterns, and thermoses for hot water during power outages. She asks for our continued prayers and that we pray for Sasha to receive permission to leave the country very soon to visit his family, even if for only a short period of time.
For more information, visit http://h4ua.org