Thank you for stopping by my blog. I pray that the words you read in my posts will encourage, uplift and help you on your journey through life just as they have in mine.
Hi, I’m Natasha Dzhuga and it’s a pleasure to meet you. I consider myself a “living Christian”. Everyday I look for ways to glorify my God because I want to. It’s the only way I can show God that I am grateful for Jesus Christ, the one who took my guilt in exchange for forgiveness and a promise of eternal life with Him.
As soon as I graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelors of Business Administration degree, things turned in a way that was different from what I had planned for myself. Instead of going to work full time, God called me to full time ministry MY FULL STORY where for 3 years I volunteered in every kind of ministry that was available and even started several ministries by the leading of the Holy Spirit. I would say that being in ministry full-time was a way of life for me because I loved it. Being in different areas of ministry, I saw how much people needed Jesus in their lives just as I once needed Him in mine and still need Him daily. So many people are sick, broken and hurting. Currently I am in the Finance department at a private school and I am exploring ministry options. Please look for my new blog posts every week.
I have been married to my wonderful husband for eighteen years. We have two kids together. My son Jacob is thirteen and goes to 9th grade. My daughter Kristin is twelve and is in 8th grade, I honestly don't know where the time has passed and how my kids have grown so fast. Currently we reside in the state of Florida. Both My husband and I come from a Ukrainian background. I was seven years old when my parents along with my six siblings immigrated to Los Angeles, CA in 1989 due to religious persecution.
This is a way for me to stay connected with the community that I love so much. If you ever have any questions, comments, or simply need prayer: It would be my honor to serve you. You can contact me here