Visits for Prayer and Comfort
Thompson Ministries believes in praying for those sick in the hospital or at home. We believe that the prayers of the righteous are much according to the scriptures. (James 5:16)
Is anyone among you sick? Let them call the church elders to pray over them and anoint them with oil in the name of the Lord. (James 5:14).
We believe that the Lord can heal if it is His will.
We are immensely proud to announce that our beloved Dr. Prophetess Martha Thompson has successfully completed her Clinical Pastoral Education Training as a Chaplain on August 18, 2023. This significant milestone highlights her unwavering commitment to providing spiritual care and augments our ministry’s capability to offer solace and encouragement to those in distress.
Providing care and comfort to patients and their families through prayer and encouragement is essential in healing. It helps ease the stress and anxiety that often come with a hospital stay and can be a source of hope and strength during difficult times. Our ministry is dedicated to providing this support, which is vital to the healing journey.
Whether through a simple conversation, a prayer, or a kind gesture, we strive to bring light and love to those who are hurting and in need. By making hospital visits, we can be present with people in their time of need and offer them the comfort and care they deserve.
Visiting the Sick and Shut-in
Visiting the sick and shut-in can be a powerful way to show the love of Christ. It is a gesture that can bring hope to those who are struggling with illness or disability and may feel isolated and lonely. By visiting the sick and shut-in, we demonstrate they are valued, loved, and not alone. It is also a chance to offer practical assistance, such as running errands or providing meals, which can make a huge difference in their lives. Through our visits, we can bring joy and encouragement and offer prayer and comfort. Ultimately, by visiting the sick and shut-in, we can show Christ’s love and positively impact their lives.