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18/10/2017

We live in the twenty-first century, when everyone can be called anything. Someone is a beekeeper, someone is a numismatist ... You want to be a Christian? Doas you please, no problems.

We are the residents of a country in which most people consider themselves Christians. However, what...

10/10/2017

The first meeting of the program Full-time Christian took place in Irpin’ (a small city not far from Kyiv) on September 8-10, 2017.

This is a Ukrainian Cross-Current City Group of the project IFES GRADUATEiMPACT . In essence, this is a 3-year series of meetings of a mentoring group (up...

26/09/2017

From July 2nd through 8th, 2017, students from Kyiv, L’viv, Kharkiv, Odesa and Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky took part in a camp near L’viv where they practiced their English speaking skills with a team of staff workers and volunteers from Ukraine, the UK, the US and Canada .

The camp was......

13/09/2017

Last month, CCX Ukraine began the new university year with a conference for employees and volunteers called "QUO VADIS?"

This event was aimed at preparing the team for the new university year and providing answers to those questions and challenges that have puzzled CCX staff for a while...

06/09/2017

Everyone wants to be effective in what they do. Since effectiveness is most easily measured in figures, the reports on our ministry often boil down to dry statistics.

Yet each statistic has its own story, which tells about a student who found Christ through our ministry and years of work...

26/06/2017

This year we had a great opportunity to celebrate Easter in Germany together with forty other movements of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students ( IFES ) in Europe. We visited a unique event – European student conference Presence ....

07/06/2017

“Five years ago, together with Denys Gorenkov, we arrived in Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky, a little town at the edge of Kyiv region, for the first time at the invitation of a youth pastor,” says Yuliya Nikolaychuk, Executive Director of CCX Ukraine on her Facebook page. “We made a presentation about...

06/06/2017

During May holidays, students from Kharkiv and L’viv had a wonderful opportunity to take part in the project called “From East to West – Ukraine is Indivisible”. This spring’s project was the 5 th one, a small anniversary!

The concept of the project “From East to West – Ukraine is...

16/05/2017

Viktoriia Aharkova was born twenty years after Irena Huseva (Irena’s story can be read here )

A family into which the child was born could not be called Christian. Going to church and talking about...

16/05/2017

Town: Kalush, Ivano-Frankivs'k region.

In 1969, in a Catholic family which kept religious traditions (not more than that) a girl was born, Irena Huseva. Her parents believed in God but their faith was limited to the celebration of Christmas and Easter, and she disliked Easter!

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