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Blackout challenge
‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’ Matthew 25:40
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Contact Us: The Least of These 890 SE Bay Blvd., Unit 212 Newport, OR 97365 Email: richtlot@gmail.com Phone: (541) 961 3350
Currently situation in Ukraine with electricity is not stable. For almost a month already, we live a schedule, by which for 4 hours of having electricity are changed by 4 hours of blackout and so on. However, after hard shelling government is forced to launch emergency electricity disconnections until they fix all the damages. These can last several days. People are adapting to these circumstances, many bought generators, inverters, and portable powerbanks so people are not giving up! Ukrainians have learned really well that it is better to be without electricity than to be with russia. We keep our faith the Lord, we help each other with resources that we have and we ask you: please, continue praying for Ukraine. We feel your support, we read about it every day and we thank you for it!
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Blackout challenge
‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’ Matthew 25:40
The Least of These
We are in social media
This website is protected by copyright, it's content in whole or in part may not be reproduced or used without the express written permission of The Least of These ©2003 - 2018 Copyright - The Least of These All Rights Reserved.
Currently situation in Ukraine with electricity is not stable. For almost a month already, we live a schedule, by which for 4 hours of having electricity are changed by 4 hours of blackout and so on. However, after hard shelling government is forced to launch emergency electricity disconnections until they fix all the damages. These can last several days. People are adapting to these circumstances, many bought generators, inverters, and portable powerbanks so people are not giving up! Ukrainians have learned really well that it is better to be without electricity than to be with russia. We keep our faith the Lord, we help each other with resources that we have and we ask you: please, continue praying for Ukraine. We feel your support, we read about it every day and we thank you for it!
Contact Us: The Least of These 890 SE Bay Blvd., Unit 212 Newport, OR 97365 Email: richtlot@gmail.com Phone: (541) 961 3350
1 video blog on blackout topic
2 video blog on blackout topic