A new focus on the family is changing how Christians care for abandoned and neglected children.
SARAH EEKHOFF ZYLSTRA
One night in 2001, a prostitute in eastern Ukraine propositioned a preacher. Peter Dudnik turned her down and told her he worked at Good News Church. She asked him to take her 11-year-old son, Sergey, to the church's orphanage. Good News' ministry to orphans was well known; two years earlier, Dudnik had found four street children sniffing glue at a train station. Good News began serving them meals, and the number of children grew from 40 to 60, and on into the hundreds. continue reading >>