Ministry/Church Health

They offer courses and ministry systems to fit the needs of every congregation and adult education ministry. Lay caregivers (called Stephen Ministers) provide one-to-one Christian care to the bereaved, hospitalized, terminally ill, separated, divorced, unemployed, relocated, and others facing a crisis or life challenge. Stephen Ministry helps pastors enhance caring ministry by ensuring that quality follow-up care is available for as long as it is needed.
Join this social networking group developed by Rest Ministries to get to know others who have the same passions for caregiver ministry.

Equipping to Encourage
Dedicated to helping people provide emotional and spiritual encouragement to patients and their caregivers, especially those facing cancer. Resources for
starting or leading a Christian-based cancer support group; becoming a Christian patient advocate; and incorporating faith and medicine as a healthcare professional.

Hometouch Ministry A ministry for the homebound. Each week, a church can send homebound members a personal package from their church. It will contain two pages printed in large type for easy reading, reminding them of how much they are remembered and loved.

Bright Light Ministry
Though this ministry is not specifically for caregivers, the passion behind caregiving for a loved one is what kicked off this amazing ministry by two sisters in their twenties who witnessed the love between their grandparents, and how Alzheimer’s Disease never diminished this love. Stacie Stoelting speaks on the subject of caregiving frequently and has a book “Still Holding Hands” about her grandparent’s story.