The dream he has had for the last four months is terrible. In this dream, his children are taken as prisoners by Russian soldiers. He wakes up and puts his head under the cold water. Darkness recedes. Everything is fine, everything is where it should be: the children are safe, and he, 54-year-old Protestant pastor and military chaplain Gennady Mokhnenko, is in Ukraine, on the eastern front.
The Charity Fund “Pilgrim”actively helps people affected by the war, and this ministry is growing rapidly. The situation in Ukraine is deteriorating every day, people continue to die from bullets, shells, bombs, just on the streets or in their homes, many are buried under the rubble of destroyed houses. Those who survive do not have a livelihood and basic things for life.