Seven Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in an ambush by pro-Russian insurgents, just as talks began between Ukrainian, Russian, and European leaders, reports MNN.
According to authorities about 30 rebels, who had taken cover among bushes along a river, attacked with grenade-launchers and automatic weapons, immediately killing two soldiers and wounding three others. It appears the Ukraine conflict is escalating.
Meanwhile, talks in Kiev featuring Ukrainian and Russian leaders as well as the Organization for Security and Co-operation and Europe began with the hopes of seeing the separatists disarm and improving the atmosphere for the presidential election May 25.
Slavic Gospel Association supports Ukrainian churches in both countries. SGAâ€™s Joel Griffith says Baptists are in a bad spot right now. â€œThe current acting president of Ukraine is a Baptist evangelical himself. Baptists are being...
Apparently the Ukraine is suffering from the same problems without the Baptist Key points:
ABC.net.au wrote: A senior United States national security official told an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump that the military aid withheld from Ukraine was necessary for the country to appear strong while negotiating a peace deal with Russia.
â€¢ Defence official Laura Cooper told the impeachment inquiry into US President Donald Trump that the aid to Ukraine was necessary â€¢ She said Ukraine could not afford to appear "weak" while trying to negotiate a peace agreement with Russia â€¢ Donald Trump and his supporters have suggested the funds were blocked as Ukraine battled to fight corruption....
excerpts from, "Donald Trump impeachment hearing hears Ukraine aid was necessary not to appear 'weak' in face of Russia"
The title of the article is better than the article itself, what are Baptist preachers doing in running governments? It should have been either nationalistic Catholics or Orthodox doing that. Minority groups always make good fall guys, no matter what their intentions are. [URL=http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=95081114360]]]The Church in the Political Process[/URL] don't mix. From the above,
Gil Rugh said or, wrote: .... God does not intend for the Church to control the political process. No matter who is in office God's people submit and continue the work of the ministry of proclaiming the Gospel. As God rules, His people are safe and secure at all times and in all places as His perfect plans are being fulfilled and His purposes accomplished.