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(KBH) Maksim Rybalchenko - spiritual coo

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The following is a testimony from Maksim Rybalchenko, 24 years old, a spiritual coordinator in Kara-Balta orphanage, and a computer science teacher in Kara-Balta Christian School.

Testimony| April 2021| Kara-Balta Orphanage

          “I would like to share how God is constantly transforming my life and opening my heart to serve Him through ministry to children.  I come from a dysfunctional family and had a rather difficult childhood. My parents were addicted to alcohol and it was very bad for my life.  My father died when I was 6 years old and unfortunately, I don't remember him very well. After he died, my mother started abusing alcohol even more and stopped working. 

          Throughout the difficult period of my childhood, my grandmother was a positive influence on me, but I still did not have an example and model of a complete family, where a child should be loved by each parent, and fulfill their functions in the formation of personality. In 2003 I was 7 years old, and my grandmother took me to the preparatory program in a Christian school. It was there that I first heard about God from a spiritual coordinator, in a Bible class. With such a wounded heart and various psychological issues, God found me and began to heal my soul. In 2012, I repented and accepted Christ as my Lord and Savior. 

          After high school, I successfully enrolled in and graduated from a technical college as an instructor and also graduated from a theological seminary. In 2017, I was offered a job teaching computer science at the school which I graduated from, and in 2019 to work as a spiritual coordinator at the orphanage. 

Being from a dysfunctional family myself, deprived of love, God directed me to children, with different characters and heart wounds, to show them love and serve them by spreading about God's love. 

          The Bible says that all things work together for the good of those who love God, to those who are called according to His will (Romans 8:28), and that personal experience from my past helps me understand these children and their difficulties by finding common ground. God Almighty can fix and restore all that is broken”.


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