Breaking news! 22 people saved in a housing project of East St. Louis

Everyone knew Saturday October 20th, 2018 was going to be a significant Carry the Cross with MSP outreach. Several people experienced attacks of sickness, there were tech issues with equipment and a few were running later than expected. Once everyone met up; the entire group prayed longer than usual before heading out to the Norman E. …

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 Join Men Standing Positive for #MSPFunFest 2018 – Saturday November 17th, 2018 from 1 pm to 4 pm! Location: Dunbar Elementary School- 1835 Tudor Avenue East St. Louis, IL 62207 Performances By: Kiaira Howard & Paztuh Mike Wuebbles DJ: DJ G Gerald Peoples Jr. Host: Brutha Frank Jackson Details: FREE event- for men, women and children. Thanksgiving dinner, bounce house and clothing …


MSP Effective Evangelism Conference 2018

Join us for the 2018 #MSPEffectiveEvangelismConference -Saturday October 27th, 2018 starting at 3 pm!
Location: Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church– 2000 Trendley Avenue East St. Louis IL 62207
Speaker: Paztuh Mike Wuebbles 
Host: Bill Neumann
Details: FREE event- men & women are welcome! Childcare is available. Dinner, clothing giveaway and community assistance programs available directly following the service. 
Invite your friends and RSVP today! For more info, please call 314-888-5407 or email 

National Suicide Prevention Awareness month

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness month and just this year, suicide has already claimed many lives. In recent weeks these lives include California pastor Andrew Stoecklein, fashion designer Kate Spade, celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain and quite possibly even a relative, friend or coworker. Suicide doesn’t care who you are or where you come from; anyone is susceptible. Mental health problems cannot be ignored, dismissed or neglected. 

This month I want to raise awareness for suicide prevention and funds for a nonprofit organization that reaches those on the brink of suicide. Men Standing Positive has had the opportunity of preventing many people from committing suicide. Whether it’s on the city streets, at a church conference or in a public school. God has reached the hearts of men and women; both young and old through this ministry. Please donate today as we all seek to save the precious lives of countless individuals. Thank You! 

 On average, there are 123 suicides per day in America.

  • Suicide is the10th leading cause of death in the US
  • Each year 44,965 Americans die by suicide
  • Suicide costs the US $69 Billion annually


MSP Fish Fry AUG 18th

All proceeds to support the homeless, students in public schools and families of low-income urban communities in St. Louis City and St. Louis Metro Illinois. MSP is a certified 501(c)3 organization. EIN: 27-4272991  

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Pre-sale Tickets Receive a $2 Discount – offer ends 8/10/18 at midnight

**Don’t forget to RSVP with your pre-sale paper ticket below to reserve your food choices**

Dine-In or Carry-Out Available- No Phone Ahead Orders

Menu-All plates include 2 Sides, 1 Dessert & 1 Beverage
Jack Salmon Plate (2 Pieces) $11/Plate
Catfish Nugget Plate (10 Nuggets) $11/Plate

Sides- Choose 2 
Spaghetti, Green Beans, Potato Salad

Dessert- Choose 1
Yellow Cake with Chocolate Icing, Lemon Cake

Beverages- Choose 1
Bottled Water, Can Soda, Tea

Family Pack (Feeds 4 People)- $30/Family Pack 
5 Pieces of Jack Salmon OR 20 Catfish Nuggets
3 Sides -Your Choice
4 Pieces of Dessert- Your Choice
4 Beverages- Your Choice

Cash or Credit/Debit Card Accepted- No Checks
Additional Donations are also Accepted
For more info, call 314-888-5407


$2 OFF

**Pre-sale discount ends 8/10/18**

Jan 2018 Newsletter

  What a fantastic year! We cannot thank you enough for helping make all of this possible!! Below are some key updates and stories of three lives we reached! Outreach & Events Report –At least twenty-four people received Christ during street outreach & main events –Thank you to the over forty volunteers who gave of …

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