Posts Posts by: "LoveInc"

Dignity—that is what Ashley, our Harvest Church hairdresser volunteer, displayed at a welfare nursing home last month. After walking in and setting up, she compassionately trimmed the hair of five people free of charge. When the residents asked why, she replied, “Because Jesus loves us!” Ashley obeyed the command, “You shall rise up before…(Read More)

Redemptive Compassion


As we seek to serve as the bridge between Christian churches and needs in our community, we focus both on the need as well as the person. Our six core principles of Redemptive Compassion guide us: See everyone’s value. Invest relationally in others.  Help everyone achieve their God-given potential and capacity. Require mutual…(Read More)

We Are Open


Love In the Name of Christ is officially open. We serve: single parents, senior citizens, children, families, foster families, youth, persons with disabilities, individuals or families experiencing poverty, neighbors, residents of our area—ANYONE lacking a needed resource! Whatever your situation is, give us a call. We can help. Our caring team of volunteers and…(Read More)

What We Are For


Love In the Name of Christ has received a warm welcome from Billings’ area churches, faith-based organizations, secular organizations, and government agencies—many of whom have invited Love In the Name of Christ to attend their meetings to present our mission and vision. We welcome this opportunity in these various venues. Love In the…(Read More)

Post-Election Thoughts


Regardless of the election results, today our neighbors who are struggling have real needs going unnoticed. They need to see local Christian churches working together, to realize that God is and that Christ loves them, to know that Christ truly saves (in all ways) as the churches claim, and to trust Christian churches. To find…(Read More)

Rise To Honor


Love INC “Rise To Honor” Gap Ministry Love INC Gap Ministries help churches “fill in the gap.” Gap ministries are partnership ministries where the churches work together to meet needs. In Billings, “Rise to Honor” will serve two government-funded nursing homes. The name comes from Leviticus 19:32, “Rise in the presence of the…(Read More)