CGN Relief Fund
Helping Ministry Leaders Around The World
How to Send and Receive Support
CGN Leader, Jeff Gipe, shares some information on how to send and receive support for Ukraine. We are continuously praying for Ukraine and the efforts toward supporting those on the ground.
CGN Ukraine Update Video – March 2022
Continued prayers for Ukraine. If you would like to support relief sent to our teams in Ukraine, click here to view the CGN Relief Fund: calvaryglobalnetwork.com/cgn-relief-fund/
Ukraine Update: Pastor Jed Gourley and Pam Markey
Nick Cady and Aaron Salvato talk with missionaries Jed Gourley and Pam Markey about the situation in Ukraine! We at CGN wanted to do what we can to help our Calvary family understand what is happening in Ukraine during the start of this war and how we can all be praying.
Updates from the war.
Pastor Benjamin Morrison is a missionary in our network who is doing a ton of ministry work on the front lines of the war.
PRAYER REQUESTS AND HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT
- The political will for world leaders to make the bold steps necessary to defeat Putin quickly (e.g., cutting Russia off from SWIFT). Moreover, pray for God to supernaturally crush this evil and injustice.
- Pray for many in these difficult days to find their hope and strength in Christ.
- Pray for God’s provision to serve the millions of refugees in neighboring countries as well as the local refugees here in Ukraine.
- Pray for strength and encouragement for all those pastors and ministers in Ukraine who are pouring themselves out to bring Christ to those in need.
- Fill out the application.
- Your application will be reviewed by the CGN Funding Team.
- Your application will either be preliminarily approved, pending a request for more information or denied; an email will provide you with an update after 1-2 days.
- If approved, Calvary Global Network (CGN) will disperse funds per their process working directly with the recipient.
- We will post the name of the recipient, a picture of the location, and the amount given for transparency to donors