Franklin Graham Visits Field Hospital in Ukraine Where Chaplains Are Serving

By Matt Rath   •   March 20, 2022

Billy Graham Rapid Response Team (BG-RRT) chaplains are in Ukraine ministering at a Samaritan's Purse emergency field hospital in Lviv. Franklin Graham took a moment to pray for them as they reach hurting and traumatized Ukrainians with the compassion of Christ.
Chaplains spend time listening and praying with a patient.
Former Vice President Mike Pence and wife Karen Pence visited with Ukrainian refugees and listened to their stories of escaping danger.
Franklin Graham takes a look at a map of Ukraine as a team discusses how to best serve this nation in need.
On the outskirts of Lviv, the 58-bed emergency field hospital has an emergency room, intensive care unit and two operating rooms. A personal connection and encouragement in Jesus' Name can mean so much when someone is suffering.
Walking outside the Lviv train station where millions of refugees have been traveling through.
Every day, thousands of women and children pass through Lviv on their way to finding a safe destination.
Despite the climate of war, so many Ukrainians—as well as those serving on the ground—are staying strong and finding reasons to smile.
Mike and Karen Pence speak with Edward Graham, vice president of operations for Samaritan's Purse.
At the hospital, chaplains offer to pray with people, knowing that God is the ultimate healer and restorer. In addition, they are ministering at a Samaritan's Purse 24-hour medical clinic located at a train station in the city.
Providing emotional and spiritual care to hurting people is why they leave their homes and deploy to the front lines.
Please continue to pray for the Ukrainian people and BG-RRT chaplains as they provide the hope of Jesus Christ in a dire situation.
Franklin Graham prays in an underground parking garage where a Samaritan's Purse emergency field hospital is set up to take in patients. Be in prayer for all involved in this effort as they serve in Jesus' Name.