"We need more Bibles."
In the middle of a devastating war, Ukrainians are searching for the hope of God’s Word. Hundreds of thousands of people are fleeing their homes. Families are sheltering in metro stations as missile strikes target cities. Our Bible Society partners in Ukraine and the surrounding regions are on the ground, meeting immediate needs and boldly sharing the hope of Scripture with our brothers and sisters still in Ukraine and those fleeing their homeland — but they need your help. The trauma that Ukrainian men, women, and children are experiencing can last for months and years to come. Those that remain in Ukraine, and the hundreds of thousands of refugees in neighboring countries need the ongoing hope and healing provided through God’s Word and Bible-based trauma healing resources.
By partnering with American Bible Society, you will ensure that each Ukrainian can experience the comfort of Scripture. Your emergency support will deliver desperately needed supplies, Bibles, and other resources, like “Beyond Disaster”, to our Bible Society partners, allowing them to continue providing God’s Word in bomb shelters, orphanages, and refugee camps. You will strengthen the Ukrainian church as they continue their ministry in the heart of warfare. And you will send words of eternal peace to a hurting nation.
Now is the time to support your brothers and sisters in Ukraine and the surround region. Will you send them the hope and healing only found in God’s Word today?
Updates From The Field
Our partners on the ground desperately need Bibles and Scripture resources for suffering Ukrainians. Give today to ensure that every person can find comfort in God’s Word.
Bible-based trauma healing is a critical resource for our partners in Ukraine and the surrounding region. Learn more about how this restorative ministry is bringing healing to hurting people around the world.
Your brothers and sisters in Ukraine are asking you to stand with them in prayer. Join our prayer team, along with American Bible Society President Robert L. Briggs and Rev. Enid Almanzar, to learn how you can support your fellow believers through intercession.