- US Slavic Churches Booming with Ukrainian War RefugeesOne generation of Soviet refugees is welcoming another.
- Report: 500 Ukrainian Churches and Religious Sites Damaged by Russian MilitaryOne out of three destroyed or looted buildings tallied by Institute for Religious Freedom belong to evangelicals, accused of being “American spies.”españolрусскийУкраїнська
- Why Ukraine Calls Upon Michael the ArchangelHow the country’s patron saint earned his reputation as a protector.русскийУкраїнська
- Russian Christians Make Theological Case for PeaceAnonymous Christmas condemnation of invasion offers insight into antiwar movement as it seeks reconciliation with Ukrainian believers—who want names.
- Ministers in Ukraine Are ‘Ready to Meet God at Any Moment’Pastors and church leaders who stayed behind serve as if every day might be their last.españolFrançais한국어русскийУкраїнська
- Poetry, Photography, and Fleming Rutledge Led One American to Volunteer in UkraineA Maine man learns that discerning God’s call can be complicated.
- Will Ukraine’s Threatened Ban on Russia-Linked Churches Violate Religious Freedom?Evangelical, Orthodox, and academic sources weigh security concerns against the right to associate with historic patriarchate losing popularity and suspected of war collaboration.
- Should Messianic Jews Return to Israel from Russia and Ukraine?Leaders of Russian-speaking followers of Yeshua discuss whether making aliyah is a commandment, a blessing, or a choice.русскийУкраїнська
- Estonia Seminary Unites War-Weary Russians and Ukrainians in ChristBaltic Methodist Seminary offers a rare safe space to Slavic foes.