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As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, it can be difficult for us to find a sense of hope in the world – a sense that there are people of integrity who know deep down inside who they are and what God has created them to do with their lives. We are reminded daily that millions of Ukrainians are compelled to flee their country. And saddest of all is that most refugees are women and children. Mothers with young children have been forced to leave behind husbands and fathers who remain to defend their homeland. And yet, amid all the uncertainty and loss, there have been moments of hope and resilience in Ukraine and around the world as strangers come together to help those in need.

A photojournalist who traveled to a train station in Poland, hoping to document the arrival of refugees, noticed one such example of hope. There he saw a line of empty strollers, some of which contained blankets and…

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