Newsletters

Healing the Terror of War at Summer Camp

July 2018 Newsletter: By Pete Wooding, Mercy Projects UK

Zaryana and Abby work together doing crafts

The bomb shelter saved her life but the bombs left an imprint on her soul.

Little Zaryana was five years old when her parents divorced and she moved… Read More...

Hearts of Love: A Decade of Transforming Lives

June 2018 Newsletter: By Pete Wooding, Mercy Projects UK

Little Sasha learns to tie shoes. This type of practice is part of his customized treatment. Love and prayer are included as well.

It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years since we sent our… Read More...

Restoring Young Lives and a Farmhouse

May 2018 Newsletter: Our February newsletter highlighted the Zagrotsky family, their farmhouse, and how they rescued three brothers sold by their mother into sex trafficking. After their story appeared, support streamed in to help them renovate their house.

Shortly after that January visit, they… Read More...

Making Disciples, Feeding the Poor

April 2018 Newsletter: This newsletter is about what we do at Mercy Projects, who we serve, where we serve, and how we do it.  We usually share stories that illustrate the needs of those in our programs and the impact supporters have through… Read More...

New Family Different Story

March 2018 Newsletter: During a recent trip to Ukraine, I visited with Artyom and Dasha, a brother and sister who live in a loving Ukrainian foster family.  This month we share their story, in their words, to highlight the plight of the unnumbered… Read More...

Miracles in a Farmhouse

February 2018 Newsletter: I would like to share Natalya’s story with you.  I had the privilege of visiting her family in Ukraine recently. I would love to have simply written a blank check to assist with their farmhouse.

Hello, my name is Natalya… Read More...

An Invisible War

January 2018 Newsletter: My friend Sergei, raised in the coal mining region of the Donetsk Basin (Donbass), sighed in sadness and relief. He shared, “I feel so much regret about what has happened to my country.” He is a very fortunate refugee, however, and now… Read More...

Home For Christmas

December 2017 Newsletter: Home for Christmas:  A Personal Story

As a child, there was a period when my family was considered poor.  I was 9 years old and my sisters were 11 and 14 when we lived for a short time in… Read More...