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The Food Parcel Program in Romania
Food Parcel Program in Romania
The whole Christmas story described in the Gospels is about roads and places, approaches and departures.
My words walk carefully between these prisoners.
Pastor Alexander Mazepa
Pastor Vadim Tchubukin
Vadim’s friends died through its use, and the drug was eating him alive. Vadim accepted the fact that he would be next to die.
We want them to have quiet time with God to have a chance to listen to their inner cry of despair ‘What must I do to be saved?
I rejoice that the sovereign God chose me to have salvation, and that He is changing my life.
He also explained who Jesus Christ really was, what He had done for me and how I could obtain eternal life. It was then that the Lord gave birth to a new life in me—I became His child.
In this age of cheap grace and shallow conversion, The Almost Christian Discovered, by the Puritan, Matthew Mead, reveals the force and fervor of Puritan spirituality as vividly as any work extant.
The lectures, focusing on the parables of Christ, had a special impact on people. Many of them phoned back with the words of thanksgiving and encouragement.
It is humbling to see how God uses COAH to take the poor out of the dump and give them their daily bread. One of our workers backs his car with the trunk full of bread.
Becoming familiar with the kids and teenagers on the streets, Misha tried to understand the reason why kids would prefer to leave their family and stay on the streets
An organization committed to spread the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ across the vast population of people who have been deprived of this Good News for generations and providing aid to Churches and Christians in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
COAH is increasingly involved in the support of pastors. There is at present a tremendous hunger for the Word of God in the former USSR. Throughout the huge continent pastors are preaching the doctrines of free grace as never before.
Do you remember the days of the Iron Curtain? Preaching then was prohibited. Christians were persecuted. The communists tried very hard to extinguish religion. They did not realize that God’s Kingdom cannot be destroyed.
There are thousands of children who do not have a home, comfort, care or love. They have very little food or clothing and suffer silently. They desperately need your help.
There is not only a great need for food, but due to unemployment, there is also a great need for the bare necessities of a family.
COAH’s book ministry of the overall ministry continues to be of great significance for the churches scattered across the regions.
People in Ukraine are starving again. Not by a famine, but they cannot afford to buy food. Statistics says that unemployment in Ukraine is 9%. That is a false picture. There are cities where there are 80-90% unemployed.
We cannot begin to tell you how extensive our WinterHelp Program is. It reaches into many villages that you have never heard of and that never receive a visit from government officials.