Ukraine, Russia natives pray at the same church. Can they find peace?

PLANO, Texas — They came from everywhere. Ukraine. Russia. Uzbekistan. Some spoke in Russian, others English.

But last Sunday in this North Texas church, they were united as they spoke into a microphone against the Russia-Ukraine war, their shaking voices and heavy sighs echoing across the sanctuary.

I can’t describe the pain.

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