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Ludmila Krol

Delivers to Victor Dudin

I was having trouble with my eyes, so I went to the eye clinic. It was there that I met Valeri Sidorchenko who told me about St. Paul's church and invited me to come. That was two years ago, and I have been at St Paul's ever since.

 

 

  
The Meeting Place


Ludmila Krol



 October 10, 1935

Delivers to Victor Dudin

 

I was having trouble with my eyes, so I went to the eye clinic. It was there that I met Valeri Sidorchenko who told me about St. Paul's church and invited me to come. That was two years ago, and I have been at St Paul's ever since. My life was not happy, and I had a sad childhood. My father went to the Front during the Finland war, just before 1939, and he died there. My mama married a second time, and her second husband who was a widower with three children. He was killed on the Front during the war. So mama raised six of us children alone.

I was graduated from the institute of economics, and went to work in the Ministry of Light Industry. I left my work in 1999 because of bad health and was retired early. My pension today is small, and I am so grateful to MMK for the food that I receive every week. It helps me to survive and buy more medicine to keep healthy.

Happiness came to my life through faith in Jesus Christ. I love St. Paul's church where I can hear God's Word, and where people pay attention to the elderly. I visit different widows' ministries and serve God. I deliver food to Victor Dudin, who is a retired choir member of the KSOC and so sick. I come early to Stevens group and Diane's Bible class to greet my friends there.

I like to visit concert when the KSOC performs, and I invite my friends. My life is so full of joy today! Jesus is in my heart always and gives me encouragement and assurance.