Wilma Bales House Almost Finished…
In some of our articles, we’ve told about our project to help Wilma Bales, an elderly lady near Colocord, Oklahoma. Because of her dire situation, we stepped in to complete a home for her that had only just begun. Kind At Heart Ministries has always tried to help as many people in need as possible. But in the past, our ministry has not focused as much time and money on a single project as we have in building a house for Wilma Bales.
Previously we shared about *what* was being done on this project. But here we’ll discuss *why*: “Why did we take on so large a project?“ Click here to read more…
Sharing Hope Through Kindness…
Kind At Heart Ministries, founded by Pastor Wayne Thomas, is an inter-denominational Christian organization committed to bringing together believers from all denominations to serve Jesus Christ by helping those in need–especially the widows, the elderly, and the disabled. Jesus said, “In as much as you help one of the least of these, my brethren, you are doing it unto Me.”
Located in the border town of Siloam Springs, Arkansas, the ministry considers Northwest Arkansas and Northeast Oklahoma its “Jerusalem”. For more information, to get involved, or to support this ministry through prayer or finances, go to this page: Partner With Us.
What makes us tick…
Kind At Heart Ministries, Inc. (KAHM) is a non-profit 501(c)3 Christian organization committed to meeting the needs of the widows, the elderly and the disabled of northwest Arkansas and northeast Oklahoma, as taught in the Holy Bible (James 1:27, 1 John 3:16-17).Pastor Wayne Thomas, CEO, has been a nursing home chaplain in three communities since 2005. This ministry consists of weekly church services as well as personal visits with the residents of several local nursing homes. Kind At Heart Ministries began with Pastor Wayne’s passionate desire to express the love of God with more than mere words.
The organization is also a collection point within the community for identifying the needs of widows, elderly and disabled who are living in their own homes. Our workers personally visit homes, assess each situation, and bring needs to light so they can be met. Our desire is to help those who are still living in their homes to continue there as long as possible. KAHM supports the Bible’s teaching that it is the responsibility of believers in local churches to provide care for those who are in need.
Thus, our ministry does not attempt to replace the role of the church. Instead, we come alongside and work with local fellowships by identifying needs, coordinating resources, and organizing activities to get the job done. Since Kind At Heart Ministries is not affiliated with any church or denomination, it regularly partners with local churches of all denominations.
Volunteers from churches, along with other concerned citizens, give their time to work together in meeting the needs that have been identified. In addition, KAHM supervises regular work days for students who volunteer from a local Christian university. Our volunteers take this principle to heart: A person with true faith does more than just say nice things (James 2:14-18). Our volunteers (and the supporters who enable them) invest their time and resources to express the love of God in tangible ways to those with physical needs. For more information, to get involved, or to support this ministry through prayer or finances, go to this page: Partner With Us
Kind At Heart Ministries
PO Box 6932
Siloam Springs, AR 72761