While at Baptist World Congress in Hawaii recently, he revealed in an interview with Mark Tronson the Australian Missionary News IPTV, that over the past 20 years God has open the heavens of blessing with 1700 church plants in which the seed fell on good soil.
Victor has been the Pastor of Bethany Baptist Church in the Kiev suburb of Busha since its beginnings, 18 years ago. Kiev is Ukraine's capital and largest city, with a population of 5 million – slightly larger than Sydney.
"The centrepieces of our church life at Bethany Baptist are youth and children's ministries," explained Victor. "I am particularly proud of some of our special projects such as the Village of Hope which caters for the needs of children and orphans, especially those who lack opportunity."
The wider Baptist work in the Ukraine has witnessed an open door of evangelism in the past 20 years; there has been an exponential growth. After the Communist regime, there was a spiritual hunger and thirst throughout the Ukraine and the Baptists were eager to fill that terrible void.
The Baptist Union of Ukraine now has in total 2700 churches, and Victor Kulbich says that Bethany Baptist alone has seen 8 church plants which are now all functioning with enthusiastic and evangelistic congregations. It has been one of the greatest Christian revivals in European history, equal to anything from the 15th century Reformation.
The future continues to bode well as the Ukraine Baptists have set a target of doubling the number of churches throughout the country over the next 10 years. The focus is on evangelism and discipleship.
The full interview with Victor Kublich can be viewed at either: