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“For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in; naked, and you clothed Me...” Mt 25. 35-36

Michigan Bridge News:
     When we return to Ukraine in February 2009, we will begin our trip with 10 days in Budapest, Hungary. We are heading up a short term missions team to distribute backpacks to the homeless. We are partnering with Hungarian Reformed Aid, local Christian shelters, Fruit of the Vine Ministries, and many more. Our network will use survival backpacks as a way to share the Gospel message, get aid to the homeless, bring them indoors, and reduce the number of easily avoided and preventable deaths. The bags are filled with a bible, hat, gloves, socks, toiletries, vitamins, cutlery set, NASA Space blanket, and a coupon good for shower, hot food, and a warm bed. We need you to join with us as we distribute backpacks full of these life saving supplies. There are many ways for you to get involved. You can put together a backpack, act as a coordinator to your church, and encourage your bible study or youth group to collect items, or sponsor a bag. View the flyer, contact me, and together we can help the homeless.

     CSPSU is honored to invite world respected and recognized child advocate, author/editor, and trauma trainer Phyllis Kilbourn; PhD to present CCTI Module 1 to crisis care workers of Ukraine. With the expected transition of the nations state ran orphan program into a more personalized foster care system, increasing awareness for street children and child trafficking, there has never been a greater need for the presentation of this curriculum.
     Settled at the base of the picturesque Transcarpatia Mountains is missionary hotel /conference center “Nehemiah House” where we will spend 4 days and 3 nights with international scholars, educators, program directors and local social workers to help transform the way healing and hope is taught and presented in Ukraine.
     We need your help to sponsor local crisis care workers through scholarships. We need to cover the cost of renting the conference center, lodging, food, and materials. The cost per person is only $125 for everything!
For more information, to register, or to donate click here.


Pastor Brugosh:
     As you know we are always looking for ways to partner with Pastor Brugosh and his evangelical Roma church located in Radvanka. We were able to work with a group from Belgium and build a perimeter fence for the church. Thanks to provision from God, they were able to donate the materials, we provided tools, we all joined in the labor, and everyone took turns playing in the mud. We had a lot of challenges especially due to weather. It rained almost the whole time the team was there. In spite of this, we had incredible fellowship, Pastor and I took turns in the pulpit sharing teachings from the book of Nehemiah, and built the wall. Special thanks to the Belgium team for their hard work and financial support. We could not have done this without you.

CSPCU strongly supports and requests prayer for the work of the following NGO's: