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Mission Eurasia works in Poland and the other countries of Eurasia to train and equip young Christian leaders for effective ministry.

Poland has had a pivotal role in European and world affairs since emerging from centuries of living under foreign rulers, including the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany during World War II. After the war, Poland remained a Soviet satellite state. However, in a critical turn of events, a powerful grassroots movement eventually ended Communism in Poland and helped set the overall stage for the Soviet Union’s ultimate collapse. Poland would then go on to join NATO and later the European Union, working hard to become what is now one of the most robust European economic and military powers and a critical stopgap against regional Russian aggression. Staunchly Catholic—roughly 85-90 percent of the population—Poland has also actively positioned itself against European secularism and political Islam.

Since the start of the war in Ukraine, Poland has served as both a crucial haven for millions of Ukrainian refugees and as a staging area for humanitarian aid transport into Ukraine. Naturally, Poland has become an important new frontier in Mission Eurasia’s ministry efforts. In 2022, we initially expanded to Poland by establishing two refugee assistance centers to meet the urgent needs of Ukrainian refugees. One of these centers, the New Life Center in Warsaw, is working hard to help Ukrainian refugees integrate into Polish and European society by offering practical English courses. Already, 50-60 children and adults are involved each week. Evangelicals—less than half of one percent of the population—play a critical role, especially those Mission Eurasia has partnered with near the Ukrainian border. Please pray for our workers as they teach and share the gospel, and pray for the hearts of those receiving ministry. In 2023, you also supported our School Without Walls ministry to continue training 80 leaders who are preparing for important ministry and discipleship work now and into the future.

Join Us in Supporting Ukrainian Refugees in Poland

Millions of Ukrainian refugees have fled to Poland since the start of the war in Ukraine, and Mission Eurasia is on the front line of providing critical aid and support to them. We have established two refugee assistance centers in Poland to meet the urgent needs of these refugees, and we need your help to continue our efforts.

Join us in making a difference in the lives of Ukrainian refugees in Poland. Please donate now to support our ministry efforts to provide practical relief aid, share the gospel, and start new churches for Ukrainian refugees in Poland.

“Continue steadfastly in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving.”

Colossians 4:2

Prayer Requests

  • Please pray for the millions of Ukrainian refugees who have fled to Poland from the war in their homeland. Pray that they would find hope, healing, and salvation in Christ through our refugee assistance centers located there.  
  • Please pray for the leadership of our refugee assistance centers, that God would give them wisdom, strength, compassion, and stamina as they minister to the large numbers of Ukrainian refugees in their midst. 
  • Please pray that our new SWW program in Poland will be firmly established. Please pray that SWW students will not only receive the training they need, but that they would be able to effectively use that training to impact their communities for Christ. 
  • Please pray that God would use Mission Eurasia to help adherents of Catholicism open their hearts and discover salvation in Jesus by grace and faith alone.


Olya and her husband lived in Melitopol, Ukraine, with their 5-year-old daughter. Their city was overtaken by the Russian military soon after the war began in Ukraine. They decided to stay because they needed to take care of their elderly parents, and they still had work and a nice home. They didn’t see many options if they left. 

But life became very difficult under occupation. They started to be able to distinguish between different kinds of weapon fire by the sound. Stores ran out of supplies. They often had to stand in line, in the cold, for four to five hours just to buy bread or to get cash using a bank card. Water was not always available. They lost electricity. Tanks were often going down the road as their city was close to the frontlines. Russian soldiers walked around with machine guns. 

At that point they decided it was too much for their young daughter and they needed to get her to safety. However, they learned that the corridor to Ukraine was dangerous and that people who tried to get out were shot. They traveled to Crimea, then to Georgia, and eventually to Poland, where they settled. 

When Olya’s family arrived in Warsaw, they became aware of Mission Eurasia’s “I Care” Refugee Assistance Program. The center gives out packages of food and shares the love of Jesus. Olya’s family loves the Lord and they wanted to share that love with others. “It doesn’t matter how much money there is in your pocket or bank account if there is not food to buy,” she said. “What matters most is your relationship with God.”

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