Klaudia grew up in an atheist Jewish family in the Former Soviet Union. She witnessed and experienced a lot of antisemitism. Her earliest memories are being called “Christ-killer” by kids at school. She grew up thinking that “Christians” hated Jews, but one day she had a chance to read the Bible and instead of finding an anti-Jewish textbook, she found a story about her Jewish people and their journey with God.
When she had a family of her own, the authorities arrested her son. She cried out to God for help. God answered and the authorities returned her son and told her family to leave Ukraine.
While living as a refugee in Italy, she met true Christians who showed her love and gave her a Bible of her own. Her subsequent searches for truth lead to her to understand that Jesus is the Messiah of the Jewish people.