"…to the praise of the glory of His grace…" Ephesians 1:6

Carrie Moss Update: Agape Rehabilitation Complex is open!

We had a blessed weekend celebrating all that God has done to bring the Agape Rehabilitation Complex dream to reality! Saturday we shared the opening with foreign and local partners, government officials, our church leadership, and our team.  Sunday we opened the doors to our brothers and sisters at Fimiam Church. 

It was a blessed time full of testimony of how God has used His church all around the world as participants in this project.  Thank you to those who prayed for this day and the many steps it took to reach it.  The workers completed the paving of the road on Friday evening before the opening and many other projects were wrapped up at this “last hour.” God has been and continues to be good to us!

Here are some pictures of the facility and territory:


Ribbon cutting
The Tree of Gratitude – the trunk and branches made by the names of people, churches, and organizations worldwide who contributed to the Agape Rehabilitation Complex project
The program was held in our future rehab gym
PT training center classroom – Henry the skeleton waits for students!

Children’s therapy room

Each floor has an accessible shower and tub.

Training room furnished by a local Christian man for employees, residents, and visitors.
The logo of our ministry (above): The whole world is in the eye of God.  People without disability reach their hands back to assist people with disabilities who reach their hands back to help other people with disabilities.
Pastors of Fimiam Church thanking God and praying for the work of the Agape Rehabilitation Complex
Fimiam Church members enjoying lunch together after tours of the facility
Sergiy and Natasha Bolchuk (and their sons Lubomir and Raphael) – leaders of our ministry through whom God birthed the vision for the Agape Rehabilitation Complex
A portion of the team ministering to people with disabilities
We rejoice over the evident working of God to bring about this wonderful facility and we pray He is glorified in the work that is done as we seek to further serve people with disabilities in our city, region and country.  Thank you again to all who have been praying and we ask that you continue to pray for the initiation of work in this new facility, the staff, the people with disabilities who will live in the facility both temporarily and permanently, and that all we do will bring glory and honor to God.    

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