Foundations Support Groups are here to help you make it through challenging and sometimes devastating times of life. We know that life will improve through the peace of Jesus Christ and the support of others. Walking the same road together with others will help you heal.
There are times in life when unforeseen needs arise due to illnesses, loss of a job, family crises, etc. Foundations Financial Care Ministry offers assistance to help alleviate some of the stresses that come with these circumstances.
Organizations and ministries are invited to submit a grant request one time within a 12-month period. This is a great way to receive assistance and for Foundations to learn about new organizations.
You are not alone in your situation! The Foundations Prayer Team exists to call on God for those in need. Are you struggling with something and want us to pray for you? Fill out the form below.
MARRIAGE & FAMILY
God’s plan is for us to pursue Him and pursue relationship. From the very beginning, God demonstrates His value of marriage and family. We affirm God’s honor of marriage and family and desire to help you find God’s purpose for your relationship. Whether you are thinking about getting married, building your marriage and family, or walking through a difficult place, there is a plan just for you.
CARE & COUNSELING SUPPORT
We know that life’s challenges can make it difficult to maintain your hope, peace, and even your relationship with God. We have partnered with professional Christian counselors in order to provide excellent therapeutic care to deal with your difficult circumstances.
In times of crisis, there is help. There are community and national hotline services that have extensive training in suicide, substance abuse, domestic violence, and reporting. Please click on the link for more information.
At no cost to the recipient, we are blessed with a team of volunteers, and by partnering with our Group’s ministry, who love to prepare and deliver dinner meals using their personal resources and time, to help our church family who are recovering from medical issues, personal crisis, or loss, or have newborn infants.
“…For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in….The King will reply, ‘I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of my brothers of mine, you did for me.’ “ Matthew 25:35,40 (NIV)