Light House

Light House is led by the credentialed Licensed Minister, Samuel Stewart, and his wife, Karen Elaine Stewart. Alongside our existing business, Honor You Memorial Products, through which we have been ministering to families experiencing the loss of a loved one, we are expanding into a Soul Center. This will be a place where God is honored and exalted, and where families we serve can find complete healing that comes through His grace.

Ministerial Offerings:
-Officiant Services
-Grief Ministry
-Marriage Ministry
-Family Ministry
-Bible Study and Pulpit Messages
-Addiction Ministry
-Life Coaching

My wife Karen and I have been happily married since 1995. Karen is not only an accomplished author but also a remarkable woman of God, an outstanding mother, and a wonderful wife who supports me in many aspects of my life. We have been truly blessed by the Lord with nine wonderful children. After the passing of my mom, we embarked on a journey to establish a business catering to the needs of families enduring the loss of a loved one. For over 23 years, we have successfully provided support to those in grief.

We strongly believe that the Lord is calling us to expand our ministry’s reach by leveraging our church foundation’s teachings, our experiences with families because of our business, as well as the education we’ve received from Christian Leaders. Our aim is to have a greater impact in the community and around the world. Furthermore, we feel directed to establish a grief ministry/foundation to better support grieving families, utilizing life-enhancing principles from the Word of God to guide them through their grief journey towards joy. Our aim is to minister to people both locally and abroad.

“It is better to go to the house of mourning, than to go to the house of feasting: for that is the end of all men; and the living will lay it to his heart. Sorrow is better than laughter: for by the sadness of the countenance the heart is made better.” Ecclesiastes 7:2-3
We plan to begin with a grief ministry, offering healing through the Word, and then implement the Joyful Journey walk, guiding individuals towards victorious living in every aspect through the Word of God. We understand that grief can serve as a catalyst for individuals to examine their own mortality and the brevity of life, ultimately leading them to seek help. We aim to work with them while introducing them to Christ and the new life that can be found in Him.

Our mission is to assist those who have recently experienced grief or the loss of a loved one by:

(1) providing support and information to help during their time of suffering and active grieving,

(2) encouraging them to cherish the lives of those who remain with them and the potential for creating new experiences and memories, and

(3) aiding them in establishing a lasting legacy, crafting their own powerful story, and testimony to the Lord.

We aspire to be a light through the darkness of the world, pointing to Christ. The number of souls involved could potentially be very large, and we envision establishing Light House church soul centers to be local points for grieving families around the world.

With vast experience in our ministry area, including officiating of a funeral, assisting with entire funeral arrangements, providing end-of-life care, ministering to grieving families through prayer, writing, and sharing life stories, and organizing and conducting online Bible study groups, we are excited about this next chapter the Lord has for our lives.

Little Pond Christian Ministry

Little Pond Christian Ministry exists to unite God and people. Our mission and desire is to call individuals to a saving and growing relationship with Christ. This is encouraged through joyful worship, service which shares God’s love with those in need, proclamation of the good news of Jesus Christ, education in His ways and nature through Christian fellowship.

Little Pond Christian Ministry accomplishes it’s mission by bringing one scripture verse at a time, one prayer at a time, one message pf Christ’s love at a time and one act of Christian love at a time into the lives of God’s children. The love of Christ, through these little acts, collect and contribute to a little pond of Christian warmth and faith in Christ the Savior in the lives of His people.

Little Pond Christian Ministry knows that the Living Water is embodied by these small acts, droplets, that flow into the stream of faith that form a little pond of essential sustenance in a believer’s life. The little pond of faith formed in a believer’s life is a reservoir for the believer to tap into for refreshment and to share with others. Building this pool of refreshment is so needed in a world filled with those who know of Christ but do not know Him, or see Him, either momentarily or for a long period of time (perhaps their entire life!) as their personal, loving Savior and Lord.

Little Pond Christian Ministry offers believers, new and old, God’s Word and God’s Love. Service is provided one scripturally sound message and prayer at a time through, Pulpit Ministry, Bible study, Christian wedding and funeral services, visitation, leading corporate prayer as well as prayer with individuals and small groups and multimedia messages of God’s eternal and unequaled love, hope and inspiration.

Little Pond Christian Ministry was established by Christopher Sweerus, an ordained Minister of the Word through the Christian Leader’s Alliance. Chris has guided one on one with God’s children and has led Bible Studies and Worship for large groups. To reach Pastor Sweerus and the Little Pond Christian Ministry you may email

Ministerial Offerings

  • Prayer, with individuals, for small groups, and as a part of corporate worship
  • Officiant Services
  • Pulpit Supply for regular worship or special occasions
  • Bible Study or Pulpit Messages
  • Christian Ministry and visitation for Nursing Home, Continuing Care and Convalescent and Rehabilitation Care, and Senior Living Community residents
  • Teaching for small groups, or one on one, toward becoming a member of His church or growing in the Christian walk.
  • Visitation, consolation and encouragement for sick and shut-ins as well as their loved ones.