Claire Elyse Photography

Church Planting With Team L'viv (VIDEO)

By Claire Elyse Photography, Mar 19, 2019

Ukraine is geographically the largest country in Europe, roughly the size of Texas, with a population of 46 million people. The religious context is primarily Eastern Orthodox and Greek Catholic. One of the challenges in L’viv is that most people have a certain respect for the Church, but don’t read the Bible themselves. They don’t view the Church as community or see God as personal.

Team L’viv exists to plant church-planting churches in western Ukraine and to raise up the next generation of missionaries. All of the team’s ministry efforts work together toward setting up a church that can plant other churches, and creating spaces to train and develop other leaders so they can be missionaries across the globe.

Watch and learn more about what God is doing through the MTW team in L’viv, Ukraine. Is God calling you to serve? Visit or email [email protected] to learn more.

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