Resources & Help
Obviously, if you have questions about faith, God, or the Bible, Pastor Albers is your go-to guy, but he is also available to talk to you about a variety of other things happening in your life as well. He may help you deal with depression, anxiety, guilt, and similar common emotional challenges. When you need more specialized help, he will refer you to other professionals. Unlike many other sources of counseling, he can pray with you. Contact
us for an appointment.
Mount Olive's Health Ministry
On the first Sunday of every month at about 10:15 a.m., you will find folks gathered near the church office for their monthly blood pressure screening. Health medication counseling is also available on the third Sunday of every month at 10:15 a.m. Bring all your medications (including over-the-counter meds). We have some home medical devices available for short-term loan—wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, etc. Contact
us for more info.
Lutheran Family Services
Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska (LFS
) has a mission to express God’s love for all people by providing quality human care services that build and strengthen individual, family and community life. Through its staff and volunteers
, the vision of LFS is safety, hope and well-being for all people. LFS offers services in three broad areas:
Children's Services: Expertise in prevention and early intervention programs, permanency and well-being services (including adoption and foster care), and children's behavioral health services. Learn more.
Community Services: Expertise in direct support services for refugees, immigrants, asylees, and human trafficking victims. Learn more.
Behavioral Health. Expertise in identifying and treating mental health and substance abuse issues as well as information, support, and coping skills. Learn more.
Lutheran Hour Ministries
God’s mission is to rescue people who have become separated from Him, restore relationships with them and renew them for holy living and service to others. His message is simple: rescue, restoration and renewal are found only in Jesus. Lutheran Hour Ministries
) seeks to equip and engage people to passionately proclaim this Gospel through the following ministries:
Booklets: Short resources on coping with many of the challenges that face us in life. Topics include abuse/addiction, domestic violence, emotional strategies, health wellness, marriage relationships, and spiritual life. Click here to see a complete list by topic. En Español.
Daily Devotions: Want to have insightful devotions e-mailed to you every day? Click here to view and sign up. (Devotions are also available as audio files and en Español.)
GodConnects: Jump into this site designed to connect you to God's love. Explore introductory videos and additional material in the discussion guides below them.
Kid's Booklets: Anyone can use these fun and colorful booklets to discuss prayer, how to share their faith, and more – each in a way kids (pre-K through 3rd grade) will understand and remember.
The Lutheran Hour: This weekly radio program, with the Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz as Speaker, proclaims the salvation story of Jesus every week to hundreds of thousands of listeners on more than 1,600 stations, the American Forces Network and over the Internet. You can listen to The Lutheran Hour on radio station KFAB (1110 on the AM band) at 6:30 a.m. every Sunday. Learn more.
What's Five14? Five14 is a community where teens and young adults get together online and in person to make a life-changing impact on their generation with the love of Jesus Christ. Learn more.
is a trusted expert in global media that equips and engages a vibrant volunteer base to passionately proclaim the Gospel to more than 51 million people worldwide each week. Through its North American headquarters and 34 ministry centers on six continents, LHM reaches into more than 50 countries, often bringing Christ to places where no other Christian evangelistic organizations are present. LHM's flagship ministry, The Lutheran Hour®, airs weekly on more than 1,600 radio stations and the American Forces Network.
Project Hope exists to provide food and clothing to people in need. In response to God's grace, Project Hope
ministers to people in need with a spirit of hope, love, encouragement, compassion, respect and teamwork. (You can can help by volunteering
.) It is a member of the Omaha Food Pantry Association.( The Association consists of thirteen pantries in the Omaha Metropolitan Area.) As an emergency food pantry, Project Hope can help clients once every thirty days, up to six times a year. Click to learn more
Together provides emergency resources and guidance to working families in extreme poverty to rebuild Housing Stability. It strives to be a homeless prevention
organization. Through strategic partnerships, Together
provides an array of support services through case management to move individuals and families from dependency to sustainability and then on to self-sufficiency. Together offers numerous volunteer opportunities
. Together values hope, dignity, compassion, excellence, and diversity when serving the nearly 22,000 individuals and families it sees each and every year. Here are some of the services Together provides:
Supportive Services for Veterans and Families: Together provides eligible Veteran families with outreach, case management, and assistance in obtaining VA and other benefits
Rent, Utilities and Deposits: Together provides short term financial assistance for Rent, Utilities and Deposits to individuals and families to avoid or end homelessness.
ID and Birth Certificates: Together issues vouchers for you to get a state issued ID’s and Certified Birth Certificates needed for getting a job, housing, bank account, school and Department of Health and Human Service benefits. If you need help, we can work with you to get the documents needed to apply for State ID and Certified Birth Certificate.
Transportation: Did you get a new job, don’t have a reliable way to get to work and don’t have your first paycheck? We know that this can make getting to work every day difficult. Meet with us to see if you qualify for free MAT bus passes until you get your first paycheck.
Choice Pantry: Together can help you with your grocery bill so it’s easier to pay your other bills. A pantry box usually makes 20-30 plates of food. We include breakfast, meat, fruits and vegetables and more. Selection varies. You can visit the Pantry once every 30 days.
Kitchen Essentials: Do you need basic items for your kitchen? Items such as toasters, plates, and silverware are available at Together. Selection varies. You can shop for housewares every 2 weeks.
Furniture: No child should sleep on the floor. We can provide basic furniture for free so you can pay your deposits, rent and other immediate bills. Selection of available furniture varies depending on the donations we receive. Access to furniture is limited to verified need.
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