We provide spiritual help to our clients and their families.
  • Ministry to shut-ins. The church can provide a vital function in caring for people who are “shut-in” and cannot attend services. Pastors can make regular visits. Groups of volunteers can send birthday cards and arrange times to drop by and talk with seniors at home. Also, Lion Heart, Inc. can step-in and visit seniors at home to see if any additional help is needed.
  • Counseling. Some larger churches have Christian counselors on staff. These professionals can help elderly members and caregivers deal with interpersonal problems, stress, or unresolved guilt or anger. However, Lion Heart, Inc. will be more than happy to assist the Church to set up counseling services and even bring professionals to assist.
  • Telephone assurance networks. Recruit a few dependable church members to take turns calling the elderly once a day to say hello, ask about health concerns and prayer requests, and chat a bit. This helps the family and the seniors to feel connected to the church.
  • Caregiver support groups. Form a congregational support group for caregivers and relatives of aging loved ones. If finding a meeting time is difficult, you could make your group into a Sunday school class. Put together a caregiver phone or email list so you can reach each other.

Do not hesitate to send us a message to know more about the services we provide.

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