The vast numbers of bombs, wounded and perished grows with each attack, but nothing makes numbers and cold facts come alive more than real-life stories of those living through this atrocity. Since several of our Maoz staff in Israel have friends and family in the affected areas, we wanted to share just a few of their first-hand stories with you.
Taunton explains: “[Russian] rulers were always struggling between two impulses: one is westernizing, one is moving back toward dictatorship. And—for eons—they were always going back and forth between the two—that struggle between freedom and progress, versus hardline dictatorship and terrorizing the old Russian Slavic way. This pattern has continued to this very moment.
There are many ways to give to bless others when a crisis of this magnitude occurs. But the beautiful thing about our relationship with you, is that we can provide you with an intentional, immediate, and personal way to help during this horrific war.