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Upcoming Events

UGM Community Christmas Dinner
Sat Jan 02 @11:00AM - 02:00PM
UGM's Annual General Meeting
Sat Feb 27 @10:00AM - 12:00PM

Praise & Prayer

  • A Prayer for protection for our chaplain, Tim, as he offers Bibles and shares Christ's love and the gospel to those who live in tent city by the Red River.

  • A practical Prayer for basic dignity and the provision of new underwear for men and women.

  • A Praise of thanksgiving for the bountiful provision from the Lord's Harvest.

  • Pray that there will be an end to the creation of novel street drug cocktails that tragicaly cost the lives of someone's son or daughter...and for all drugs abused on the street.


  • A song of Praise for recent guests from the homeless community joining our new Bible study program.

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Howard is one of our newer residents in the Men's Addiction Program.  He came here because of his meth addiction.  He was dealing marijuana for years but when it became legal, he lost a lot of customers. He and many of Howard’s friends switched to selling meth.  He began using the product and quickly became addicted to it.  Howard was able to keep it a secret for the first five years, but then those close to him became aware of his addiction.  He lost friends and family until his only ‘friends’ left were his customers.  His addiction brought him to some dark places like shooting up meth under a bridge.


Howard had tried to quit using for a year without any success.  He even participated in a 28 day program, but as soon as he completed it, he walked across the street to buy some meth.  His sister was worried about him so she told him about UGM. After Howard was almost killed during a raid by a rival gang, he knew he had to get out.  He phoned his sister and she helped him sign up for our program.

Since being in our program, Howard has learned that there is a better road to be on. The road he was on was filled with people who were damaging and hurting each other.  He is now on the road to happiness and meaning. “I no longer feel lonely or depressed.  I’m part of a community with other residents and chaplains who care about me.”  Howard is even having contact with his family member who he hasn’t talked to in four years.

He admits that he is a beginner Christian but he is excited to learn the Bible.  In his struggle to understand Scripture, he is confident that he will grow in his understanding.  Please pray for Howard to learn how to apply biblical truths to his life and to grow in his love for God.  Pray for him to have strength in times of temptation.

Philippians 1:6, “And I am sure of this, that He who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.”

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