Contact Information
Office Contact:

Ivan Trubitsyn

Office Address:

a/c 105 Pavlograd
Dnepropetrovsk region

Country Demographics

Kyiv (Kiev)


Ukrainian (official) 67%, Russian 24%, other 9% (includes small Romanian-, Polish-, and Hungarian-speaking minorities)

Ukrainian Orthodox - Kyiv Patriarchate 50.4%, Ukrainian Orthodox - Moscow Patriarchate 26.1%, Ukrainian Greek Catholic 8%, Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox 7.2%, Roman Catholic 2.2%, Protestant 2.2%, Jewish 0.6%, other 3.2%

Life Expectancy:
68.06 years

GDP per-capita:

Of Interest:
Ukraine is the second-largest country in Europe. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Ukraine inherited a 780,000 man military force on its territory; equipped with the third-largest nuclear weapon arsenal in the world. The tradition of the Easter egg, known as pysanky, has long roots in Ukraine

Located in a strategic position at the crossroads between Eastern Europe and Asia, Ukraine borders the Black Sea to the south; located between Poland and Russia

Office Staff

Ivan Trubitsyn

Office Manager

Manager History:

Brother Ivan Trubitsyn is now in charge of all the work of Ukrainian office. His coming to God was a result of prayer and faith of his parents which were staunch and brave Christians. After serving his military term in Ukrainian army, Ivan was living a life of a regular worldly young man. His parents that converted a while before were trying to testify about the Lord to him. The Lord was leading him, cutting off the sinful connections and his worldly associates, showing him the innumerable miracles and doing wonderful things. Eventually, the prayers of his parents came true. Brother Ivan came to the Lord and started helping his father in the distribution work and missionary trips. After his father's passing away, he continued taking care of Ukrainian subscribers. Now he serves as the office manager providing Ukrainian citizens with whatever materials The Voice Of God Recordings makes available.


Office History

The first book printed by The Voice Of God Recordings got to Ukraine in 1991. That was a tract “What You Think About Christ?” It was mailed from Finland office to people of the ex-USSR’s address list. As a feedback, there came 100 more addresses, and the next three Message books in Russian language have been mailed to 150 addresses, and there were 350 more addresses added within few weeks after that. That project has grown into a big work covering the great territory of ex-USSR countries, and Ukraine become a part of that work. After having translated some tracts, “My Life Story” and other separate Messages, “The Exposition Of The Seven Church Ages” book came out of the press in 1993. In 1997, there was printed “The Revelation Of The Seven Seals” book. During 2002-2005, there were printed “Conduct, Order, Doctrine Of The Church,” “Adoption,” “Seventy Weeks Of Daniel,” “Hebrews” books. Of course, during all these years there was going a ceaseless routine of translation and printing of separate Message books, one by one. Some years have been marked by making up to 28 sermons available during one single year. Along to that, there was an ongoing production of audio translations of the Brother Branham’s sermons, first at cassettes, and later on at mp3 CD’s.

First, all the books for Russian and Ukrainian subscribers have been sent directly from Finland office of The Voice Of God Recordings. When the number of subscribers at mailing list has grown, there was set up a distribution center at Sankt-Peterburg City, Russia, serving the books and other materials for people that lived in ex-USSR countries. When the mailing list for Ukraine has grown to a number that sending materials through the borderline become an expensive task, there was set up a distribution center in Ukraine – at Pavlograd City, Dnepropetrovsk region. Brother Vladimir Trubitsyn was the manager of Ukrainian office starting 1995 till 2005, when we went to see the Lord. Brother Vladimir's son Ivan is now the manager of Ukrainian office.

The whole distribution work is being done by mailing materials using the national postal provider that delivers shipments to the farthest places of the nation for a reasonable price. The total number of people in Ukrainian mailing list exceeds 1,500 addresses now. Every person whose name is in that mailing list has the possibility to get any book of choice or the whole set of books translated to Russian and Ukrainian language. As for summer of 2014, the total number of Brother Branham’s Messages that have been translated to Russian language exceeds 300 titles. All the books are being distributed free of charge. Besides of books, Ukrainian office provides audio recordings of Brother Branham's Messages in the form of mp3 CD's. There are four volumes of mp3 CD's available now, containing 200 Messages in total, and that number is growing as the new translations being added. Just recently, there came a new product “The Message MicroSD Card.” It contains all the digital files of all the Message translations to Russian, Ukrainian languages, both in books and audio format. Also, there are DVD discs, photos and pictures, newsletters, kids’ books available.

The main way of the distribution of the Message materials in Ukraine was and still is being done by mailing them. That way of distribution gives the chance of reaching every person who has a desire the Message of Brother Branham to be introduced to him or to her. Also, that makes a way for reaching the incarcerated folk. Imprisoned people have a big share at the mailing list of Ukrainian office, so there is a huge number of people in prisons that had the chance of reading Brother Branham’s Messages.

One of the particular features of Ukraine that got its impact on the work of Ukrainian office recently is the popularity of this East-Europian country among the migrants from African and Asian countries. The mild Ukrainian climate, a liberal immigration law, religious freedom, national tolerance and warm attitude from the local citizen towards the strangers make Ukraine to be a nice place for the immigrants to live, work and study. A lot of people from Africa and Asia are coming to Ukraine, seeking for a better job and trying to make a better living than what they had at their homeland. Also, a lot of young boys and girls send their application forms to Ukrainian universities, and once being enrolled, they come to Ukraine for their education. That makes an additional demand for materials in English, French languages. Ukrainian office manager tries to do his best to fill whatever need there is for the Message books, mp3 CD's or any other materials.