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Christian Women in Media, Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Slavic Gospel Association

Christian Women in Media will host its next virtual Zoom Power Connect event July 17, and its next in-person Power Connect event July 15 in 10 cities simultaneously across the United States and in three international cities, including London, Frankfurt, and Tirana. Meetings include an inspirational message, networking opportunities, and industry tips from professionals.

On Eagles’ Wings, a division of Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, is hosting its annual Warrior Leadership Summit for Native American youth beginning July 1. The five-day leadership conference to equip Native young people representing nearly 100 tribes to share the Gospel in their communities. Coming out of the challenges sparked by the pandemic, Ron Hutchcraft Ministries says they hope to “infuse young people with the hope of Christ.” Researchers who led a study conducted by the University of Utah Health say Native Americans, as well as Black and People of Color, are at greater risk of complications and death resulting from COVID-19. 

The Slavic Gospel Association is fighting domestic abuse in the former Soviet Union by training nationals to provide biblical counseling and education “that they would know how to help couples understand what biblical marriage looks like, to understand how to recover from domestic violence, and how to work through it,” says SGA’s Eric Mock. TIME has reported that calls for help from abuse victims worldwide have doubled and tripled during the pandemic, and Russia has been slow to acknowledge or protect victims. An estimated 14,000 women in the country die from domestic violence each year, via TIME. 

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Christina Darnell

Christina Darnell is a freelance writer who has contributed to WORLD, The Charlotte Observer, and other publications.

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