As a church planting coach and spiritual mentor, Maia Mikhaluk had her hands full. Add to that being a mom and new grandmother, and the life challenges – and joys – were piling up. Then Russia decided to invade her country. She had some choices to make, and they were not easy ones. But they were the right ones. It’s hard to imagine being in the shoes of any of the millions of Ukrainians uprooted by war. Now try to imagine being a leader in the Church where dozens of pastors and congregations are depending on you to get them through the crisis. What would you tell them? What would you tell your family about your calling and your choices under fire?
Bram asks Maia some challenging questions, and she was gracious enough to answer…
Pt. 2 of a 2 pt. conversation.
For more background on the ‘Revolution of Dignity’ which liberated Ukraine from a Russian puppet regime, follow these links:
[12th in a multi-part series…]