Should the German church support weapon deliveries to Ukraine?
The Russian demon brought pain and destruction to Ukraine
“Lord, let it not be missiles.” That was my first thought when I woke up on February 24th at 5 am. “What were those sounds? Please Lord, let it be something else.”
For a Christian, war is no surprise
Last week, a Ukrainian preacher from Charkov wrote: “The world cries, Ukraine suffers, but the King is alive.” That gave him something he could hold onto, even though bombings could be heard in his town continually. And the Christian in the West who is (still) free?
War in Ukraine is a repetition of the sin of Cain, Russian priest says
Eighteen years ago, Andrey Kordochkin was appointed by the Russian Orthodox Patriarchate in Moscow to work in Madrid. “The peoples of Ukraine and Russia have both risen from the baptismal waters of the Dnieper River,” says the priest. “The war between the two countries is a repetition of the sin of Cain, who killed his brother out of envy.”