This article was originally published in the March 2021 edition of ITMI Monthly. February 1 was just the beginning of the total transformation that immersion in God’s Word promises to yield in many of the lives of Kapiri families. “What once seemed like a dream is now reality!” This is how our long-time partner, […]
The decision to leave their home in Ukraine was a tough one. Vladamir was a lawyer. He and his wife, Julia, were raising three sons. Starting a new life somewhere else meant their sons would leave their school and their friends, for a new school in a new language. It meant Vladamir would be starting over with the career he’d worked to build. It meant they wouldn’t live in their home, the country they’d lived in all their lives. They’d be away from their people. Their family. Their friends.
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Although they’d been equipped and trained well, they were a little nervous. Scared even. The reality of what they were about to do hit them hard.
Bullets whizzed through the air. Gunshots echoed around her. Hannah, due to give birth any day now, was frantically running away from the raucous.
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“Catch a flight out of South Sudan as soon as possible.” I was looking at a few-day-old communique from the US Government containing that warning for any Americans who might find themselves in South Sudan. There was even an offer to US citizens who “are unable to get a flight out, contact us and we will assist.” I was scheduled to be on a flight to South Sudan that very week.