Help us with INCREASING DEMAND due to COVID-19 deaths and suicides
LCC’s Hearts of Mercy & Compassion, Crosses for Losses continues to touch lives even in this challenging environment. In these unprecedented times, the need continues to grow. All of the hearts are being made with the loving and caring hands of Christians who are giving of their time and talents.
Here are a few examples of how the Hearts of Mercy & Compassion, Crosses for Losses Ministry is showing the love of Jesus through presence and prayer.
Prayers for Greg Zanis
More Hearts to Meet the Needs
Last week, LCC’s staff member, Tim Laabs, picked up hearts in Wisconsin to provide to volunteers who are staying at home during the current COVID-19 pandemic, and who will be painting the hearts and fish. LCC is grateful for all the churches and volunteers who continue to look for ways to reach out to people who are suffering and in need. Brookfield Lutheran Church in Brookfield, Wisconsin, has been just one of the many mission partners.
A Heart of Mercy & Compassion was provided to the family of Donny Fostner who lost his life to the coronavirus. Donny’s family are members of Brookfield Lutheran Church.
Hearts for First Responders
“Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.”John 15:13
In the past two weeks the Chicago Fire & Police Departments have lost members to the coronavirus. LCC is preparing two hearts this week; one for Chicago Firefighter Mario Araujo and Chicago Police Department Sgt. Cliff Martin. Please continue to pray for our first responders and medical personnel as they put their lives on the line each day for us.
Please prayerfully consider donating to Hearts of Mercy & Compassion as the need continues to grow!
Your donations can help purchase the materials to make the heart. The cost to produce one heart is $30 (includes shipping). Click HERE to learn more about the ministry.