GOD CALLS US TO GROW OUR INNER LOVE AND POWER BY FAITHFUL OBEDIENCE
WHY SPIRITUAL CARE?
There are many forms of spiritual care. Often care receivers struggle with questions about God, their faith and beliefs in times of crises. Spiritual care becomes a paramount concern as caregivers, family members, professionals, clergy and care receivers try to comprehend three facts of life:
As caregivers and care receivers, we know the attempts at conversations about personal beliefs, God and faith in the midst of a life and death situation, are usually awkward and apprehensive. What you say or hear does not necessarily calm the waters of hopelessness, distress, discouragement and fears.
Yet Jesus commanded us to love our neighbor as much as we love ourselves. The choice comes down to one question:
As a caregiver, do I love the care receiver nearest to me, enough to want them to know about hope, faith, peace and eternal life?
MajorHOPE focuses on communications thus your words and actions show much you care.
WHY CHRISTIAN SPIRITUAL CARE?
For many people in western society, there is a need to transform the intellectual knowledge into heart-felt beliefs. Most people have a belief system they grow comfortable with, until a crisis occurs.
Then there is fear, doubt, uncertainty, shame and regret as the loved ones realize the crisis changes their identity, what they believe and how they think, speak and act. MajorHOPE believes and encourages the word of God, the bible and the teachings of Jesus Christ as a way to understand, overcome and restore loved ones in crisis by the gospel.
WHY CHRISTIAN SOUL CARE?
Soul care is the most awkward and difficult dialogue to have in the midst of terminal illness and a diagnosis of imminent loss of life.
MajorHOPE focuses on the facts (truths) thoughts and perceptions and emotions -in that order- to help families address heaven and hell, salvation, redemption and the sovereign plan of God for all people He created.
Most people rely first on emotions, then thoughts and often minimize the facts of the situation. We help families discuss end-of-life and advanced care planning as well as the after-life.