Welcome to The Kindness Foundation

  • New! International Biblical Art Competition, Exhibit and Exchange

    The Kindness Foundation has announced its 2nd International Biblical Art Competition, Exhibition, and Exchange.


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  • It's time for Birdies for Charity!

    We are excited to take part in Birdies for Charity, presesnted by the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic March 30 - April 2. Guess the Birdies deadline is March 30. Pledges are due by May 5. Please send your pledge in today!


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  • Virtual Gallery

    Our 'Art for Eternity' collection of Biblical Art painted by public school students in Russia and Ukraine received outstanding reviews during the largest exhibit of our collection for FestivalSouth, presented May 30 through June 18 by the Hattiesburg (MS) Arts Council. Now you can take a virtual tour of our collection by visiting the site linked below.

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  • The Bible in Public Schools.

    The foundational principles for morals, values, families, culture, and society are all found in the Bible.In the schools using the Kindness curriculum, students are taught the truth of God's Word, whether it's learning Biblical history or analyzing classical literature and poets. Read More
  • Christian Resource Centers.

    Christian Education Resource Centers (CERCS)located across Russia and Ukraine distribute Bibles and Christian resources, organize summer youth camps and publish The Eternal Word magazine , a publication that presents lesson plans and spritual discussions for teachers to use. Read More
  • A brighter future.

    Often we wonder if the Churches in Russia and Ukraine are experiencing the fruit of our ministry. With that in mind, we speak with pastors in the centers where we have Christian Education Resource Centers (CERCs). They report to us that there are children in their Sunday school programs who were first introduced to the Bible in school. Read More

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  • The Future of Christian-based Education
  • Bibles for Ukraine
  • Summer Youth Camps
  • Poetry & Art Contests

Classroom in Ukraine using Kindness Foundation's Biblical curriculumKindness Foundation representatives recently returned from Ukraine where they co-hosted an international conference on the future of Christian-based education in the Ukraine with the Ukrainian Department of Education and Academy of Education. The conference was held amidst major political and economic turmoil. Despite all this, education representatives from almost all regions of Ukraine attended, and the conference was immensely successful. High-level government officials addressed the subject of Christian-based education and a resolution was reached to continue using Christian morals and ethics as the base for teaching culture and tolerance, and implementing innovative teaching practices.

The conference was also an opportunity for all our CERC directors to participate in planning sessions where they were able to give reports on their activities and express their needs. The directors reported that Christian morals and ethics are in high demand with students and parents. This poses a greater need for more teacher training and the continuing provision of Christian education programs.  However, the overwhelming theme of each report given by the CERC directors and the representatives from the Department of Education was the need for more Bibles.

To date, we are praying for 6,000 to 7,000 Bibles for the education system in Russia and Ukraine. We are asking for your prayers and financial suport to help us reach this goal. Every dollar helps buy one more Bible for a student to study from and keep for a lifetime. There is no greater contribution we could make to tomorrow’s society than giving the Bible to students today.


Ukranian Bible from the Kindness Foundation school curriculumFond Dobro (Kindness Foundation), a Ukranian based organization established by Ukrainian educators, has been working in Ukraine since 2000. Fond Dobro has provided infrastructure and assistance for Ukraine in bringing Christian morals and ethics into the governmental education system.

The Lord has been gracious to us and has opened the doors in all regions of Ukraine. In spite of all the political, social, and financial instability these countries have been encountering, the need for Christian morals and ethics, provided through governmental education system, continues to grow.

Fond Dobro has written agreements with the Ukrainian Department of education, at federal and regional levels. Fond Dobro has established a system of Christian Education Resource Centers (CERCs) in seven regions in Ukraine. CERCs are established together with the Education System of Ukraine on the Education System’s property. Usually, it is a “Youth Palace” where, from three to seven thousand students engage in extra-curricular activities each week.

The most common question that we are asked during training seminars, where we train teachers to teach children about Christianity, is, “How can we teach the Bible without having one?” It is true that providing Bibles to teachers and students is an ongoing need that we have yet to fully meet.

Once the CERC is established, the training of public School teachers is carried out at the facilities provided by the palace. This is where the Bibles will be shipped to, and received and signed for by officials. Once the Bibles are in place, every school then submits the number of Bibles they require. If the Bibles are available, the school representative will come and receive the Bibles, and sign for them. Distribution takes place at the school where the students and teachers will receive a Bible.

We are sincerely praying that the Lord will grant us His grace to provide much needed Bibles for the Education System in Russia and Ukraine.

 Ukranian Summer Youth Camp Kindness FoundationFor the last 13 years, students from the United States, Canada, and Australia have been visiting Russia and the Ukraine to participate in summer camps attended by Russian and Ukrainian students, aged 10 to 18 years. The camps are sponsored by the governmental Departments of Education. The administration invites Kindness International to come to the camp for a cultural exchange to share how the Bible has impacted their lives.

In 2012, the Kindness Foundation is again inviting American students to participate in this program. This year’s camp will be in Vladimir, Russia, and will take place during the 2nd and 3rd week of July. Our students will have the opportunity to share their faith with the Russian and Ukrainian campers, as well as hand out Bibles to people who have never even touched one before.

A Former Camper Says:

"We will get to reach out to students that has previously had little contact with the gospel. Because we will be going through the educational system, the possibilities are endless. David was a man after God’s own heart. And this is God’s heart: ‘not wishing that any should perish, but that all should reach repentance.’ We have to have a heart set after God’s own heart. Yahweh, how is my heart?"


Russian Art Competition by Kindness Foundation

Regional children’s art competitions were organized by the Russian Kindness Foundation and the Russian Department and Ministry of Education, and held during the Christmas holidays in January 2011 and Easter holidays in April 2011. The name of the competition was “Wellsprings of Kindness,” with three themes the students could choose from for their artwork: 1) “Celebrate the Christmas;” 2) “Holy Easter (Let’s Walk through the Bible: Proverbs, Commandments, and Bible Stories)”; and 3) “Remember our Veterans.”

Twenty-six Russian states took part in this competition, with children from seven to sixteen years old submitting artwork. In the centers located in Vladimir, Ivanova, Zelenograd, and Somara, the children who won the competitions received Bibles as prizes.

All other CERCs in Russia also held competitions and celebrated Christmas and Easter, but the winners of these competitions did not receive prizes because we were out of Bibles. These students are still waiting for their prize Bibles.

In the Ukraine, CERCs also celebrated Christmas and Easter and held art competitions, organized by the Ukrainian Federal Ministry of Education and the Ukrainian Kindness Foundation. The results of the com-petitions were published in the Ukrainian Eternal Word magazine.

Through these competitions we had enough Bibles to give out only 54 for each region. As in Russia, there are more students who were supposed to receive prizes, but we were out of Bibles. They are still waiting for their prize Bibles.

All the winners of the competitions received special thank you letters from the Russian Department of Education and Kindness Russia, and the Ukrainian Department of Education and Ukrainian Kindness, but many did not re-ceive Bibles.  

Forty-six students, winners of the competition, received Bibles as prizes and thank you letters from Kindness Foundation, Dept. of Education of Russia, and Ministry of Education of Russia. Their names were published in Eternal Word magazine issue 1-2, as well as photos of their pictures. A final report of the competition was also published in the Eternal Word magazine in Russia for the Russian competition and the Eternal Word Ukraine for the Ukrainian competition. Information will also be posted on the Russian and Ukrainian websites.


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The Kindness Foundation has an incredible story to tell of changed lives and changed nations due to sharing the WORD of God as an educational outreach. Kindness Foundation logoThis has been accomplished for over 23 years largely through the support of residents in the Pinebelt.

If you would like to learn more or to schedule a speaker for your small group, business, church, organization or event, please contact us at (601)545-9090 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Jennifer West, the Executive Director for the Kindness Foundation, has spoken to several organizations in the Hattiesburg area. Below are links to listen to a couple of recent presentations:

Kindness Foundation is  a nonprofit 501c3 charitable organization. All donations are tax deductible.

The Transformation of Russia

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It was not long ago when Communism soaked the land of Russia with blood and destroyed churches in its quest to bring happiness to mankind. Now the Russian Orthodox Church is strong and getting stronger thanks to men in government like President Vladimir Putin.


Devout Russian Christians are on the march to conquer the world. Not like the Communist Soviet Union. These Russians are like Disciples of Christ who lovingly reach out to their brothers and sisters. Helping men and women in darkness enslaved by a materialistic society who are truly in need of Christ. Look to the East.


Reagan called the Soviet Union the evil empire and rightly so. "The Soviet Union was the Russian people held hostage by the Communists"- Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Solzhenitsyn wrote about those evils in many of his books, which Reagan was well aware of. On May 30, 1988 in Moscow, President Ronald Reagan was at the Danilov Monastery.


He said, "There is a beautiful passage that I'd just like to read, if I may. It's from one of this country's great writers and believers, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, about the faith that is as elemental to this land as the dark and fertile soil. He wrote:


"When you travel the byroads of central Russia, you begin to understand the secret of the pacifying Russian countryside. It is in the churches. They lift their bell-towers-graceful, shapely, all different-high over mundane timber and thatch. From villages that are cut off and invisible to each other, they soar to the same heaven.... The evening chimes used to ring out, floating over the villages, fields, and woods, reminding men that they must abandon trivial concerns of this world and give time and thought to eternity."


Putin and Reagan listened to Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Those who listen to their elders tend to be wiser. Vladimir Putin allows Christianity in Russia.



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