Redeeming Life Outreach Ministries Needs Help Finding a Maternity Home for Their Ministry in Chicagoland
Redeeming Life Outreach Ministries, a Recognized Service Organization of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod, is expanding its MATERNITY HOME ministry into Chicagoland!
How can you help?
We are looking for a home! The ideal maternity home would have five or six bedrooms, three to four bathrooms, a large family room, and a roomy kitchen. With faith, family and education as the foundation for all we do, the home would be situated adjacent to an LCMS congregation that desires to serve as the “church family” for our residents. Also, easy access to public transportation and a community college would best serve the needs of our mothers.
For more information about how you might bless this vital ministry and the mothers and babies we serve, visit the Redeeming Life Outreach Ministries website at rlom.org or call 407-790-9745, ext.6.
Pastor Mazariegos and Vida y Fe are requesting financial support of $3000 to bring their audio and visual needs up to a standard that can reach the masses more effectively. This equipment includes a new camera, tripod, cables, a video switch, and cases to house the equipment safely.
Accessing this equipment will help further Vida y Fe’s ministry to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Hispanic communities in the far west suburbs of Chicago and to individuals thirsting for the message of Christ in their own native tongue throughout the world. This is truly seeking to embody Acts 1:8, to be Christ’s witness in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and even to the ends of the earth.
Please prayerfully consider donating to support this growing, Christ-centered ministry as they continue to share the Gospel to a hurting world desperate, now more than ever, to hear the hope of Christ.
Christ the King provides continued support to its community during COVID-19 pandemic. Pastor John is seeing connections being made with people who have never set foot inside the building, and those relationships are growing stronger through this crisis.
Please prayerfully consider donating to help Christ the King cover their deductible and any other costs that will not be covered. Your donations are greatly appreciated and will enable Pastor John to continue to serve his community in these challenging times.
Serving Their Community During COVID-19
Family in Faith Neighborhood Food Pantry in Glendale Heights, Illinois is a local food pantry that continues to operate following the necessary guidelines due to COVID-19. The pantry serves anyone living in DuPage County and is open one day a week providing essentials, non-perishable food items, and pet food.
The pantry is open on the following days in May:
Saturday, May 23; 9:00 am – 12:00 noon
Wednesday, May 27; 3:00 – 6:00 pm
The coronavirus has brought a greater need for food because of the loss of income for families. Family in Faith asks and is grateful for food donations or financial support to continue to serve the community in the current times of greater need.
If you wish to donate food, there are some specific instructions to follow. Please contact the pantry at 630-903-8173 for instructions and to arrange delivery times.
CLICK HERE for a list of needed items.
Christ the King, Chicago, Illinois, Needs Your Help
to Continue to Help Their Community During Coronavirus Crisis
Your financial assistance is needed to help Pastor John Brazeal with funding teachers' salaries and providing assistance to the families in need in his community.
Please prayerfully consider donating generously so that LCC can support Christ the King in helping Pastor Brazeal during these challenging times.
Today, Four Homes of Mercy cares for 68 mentally and physically disabled children and adults. Most of their employees receive no income but volunteer their services and time. They are always in desperate need of resources to care for those who cannot care for themselves.
I am asking for your financial support so that I can buy these supplies here in the states before I leave this Sunday, February 3, and have them carried in with the 34 people going on the trip with me.
If you are moved to help those who cannot help themselves, please consider making a donation now to help. Dollar per dollar it will go to getting these supplies and other needs to the residents of Four Homes of Mercy.
Thank you for your help in helping those who Jesus cares for.
President / CEO
Lutheran Church Charities