Spreading the Light and Love of Jesus to Seniors: Proverbs 16:31

July 13th, 2016 Posted by PCM Chaplaincy, Project Compassion Ministries No Comment yet

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Project Compassion Ministries seeks to spread the light and love of Christ Jesus and restore dignity to seniors, and Scriptures in the Bible lead our mission. Our seniors have spent many years walking with God and learning from the preaching of his word. During their lifetimes, they have earned every gray hair on their heads. This Scripture from the Old Testament reminds us that gray hair should be celebrated and worn as a crown because it is a testament that our beloved seniors are living breathing children of a King.

Many of the residents of the senior care facilities served by Project Compassion Ministries have either been brought up with a strong faith that has sustained them throughout their lives or with an appreciation of the faith that they now are seeking to nurture in their current living situations. Although many of our seniors where their gray hair as a crown, they also suffer from many of the elements that come along with aging, such as loneliness and separation from their houses of worship. When a facility avails itself of the services of a Project Compassion chaplain, the residents now have available to them a uniquely qualified person to assist in meeting their spiritual needs.

To find out more about how a Project Compassion Chaplain can serve in your senior health care facility, please fill out the contact form on our website or email our Executive Director, Chaplain Eric Stenson.

41st Annual Project Compassion Block Party

July 31st, 2015 Posted by God's Love Bus No Comment yet

Food, fun & fellowship for nursing home residents on East Grand Boulevard in Detroit! (between Marck and Kercheval)

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Project Compassion Ministries, Inc.

April 7th, 2010 Posted by Project Compassion Ministries No Comment yet

Loneliness • Despair • Immobility • Loss Of Independence

This is often what nursing home and assisted living residents face every day.