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Michigan Bridge Ministries
Michigan Bridge Ministries Newsletter
2008 Year End Newsletter
Topics of Interest
CCTI in Ukraine
Homeless in Hungary
Michigan Bridge News
CCTI is coming to Uzhgorod, Ukraine in April of 2009
Working With Children in Crisis
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.
 
Reservations are required and rooms are going fast! Don't miss this incredible historic opportunity to witness the future unfold...

For more information and to register click here.
 
 
Quick Links
Greetings!  
I know it has been a long time since we sent out a news letter, and much has happened since we last wrote. Many projects were accomplished this year in Ukraine. The Ministry is developing and gaining momentum. Right now, we are back in  Michigan until late February. Thanks to God, we have been at different churches preaching and sharing the vision of MBM & CSPCU almost every  week from October to February. We have done a lot of restructuring in the office including building a dedicated CSPCU website which is still a work in progress, redesigning our newsletter format, and detailing our vision for the coming year.  Thank you for taking the time to read through and find out what  God has been doing through this ministry. World Missions Logo


     
Homeless in Hungary Project 2009
"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

Backpacks for Homeless 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 from freezing. The bags are filled with bibles, hats, gloves, socks, toiletries, vitamins, cutlery sets, NASA Space blankets, and directions to the nearest shelter. We need you to join with us as we distribute backpacks full of these life saving     supplies to the homeless in the streets of Hungary.

For more information click here and download the flyer, and  contact  .

     
Pastor Brugosh
Pastor BrugoshAs you know we are always looking for ways to partner with Pastor Brugosh and his evangelical Roma church located in Uzhgorod, Ukraine. We were able to work with a group from Belgium and build a fence for the church. This project was a wonderful opportunity to share fellowship and do a bible study series on the book of Nehemiah. Special thanks to the Belgium team for their hard work and financial support. We could not have done this without you.

 
     
We look forward to hearing from you in the coming year. Thank you all for your prayers and support.
 
God's Blessings,

Jason & Valeriia Wiser, Directors
Michigan Bridge Ministries & CSPCU
Church of God World Missions #065-0833
     
Prayer Concerns
  • $2000 USD or Frequent flyer miles for Flight tickets
  • The Children living in Ukrainian orphanages
  • The Homeless on the streets of Hungary
  • The Crisis Care Training Seminar
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