Greeting in Christ!

First and foremost, we at Church Doctor Ministries wish you a very joyful Christmas. In spite of all the stress of politics, rioting, civil unrest, and an exhausting pandemic, Jesus is still Lord! His birth, life, death, resurrection—and His church—His people—are still the bearers of Good News, the best news the world will ever hear.

Let the love of Jesus restore you with the peace that is “beyond all understanding.” This is why we help churches—Christians—to become more effective in sharing the faith. How important is that at a time like this?

Christmas is a time of giving. God gave us Jesus. We give to others. At Church Doctor Ministries, we give help to Christians who give the hope of Christ to others. We are grateful for all those who pray for this work and support it financially. You are a gift from God to us!

Perhaps you have heard of our most recent book, Restoring Civility: Lessons from the Master. Two years in development, it is now changing so many lives. As it turns out, the timing is perfect. If our nation doesn’t recapture God-given respect, what is our future?

Would you pray for us at Church Doctor Ministries, for our work to help Christians reach others for Jesus? For the impact of the Restoring Civility book?

If God leads you to support Church Doctor Ministries, great! However, even if you don’t feel led to do that, we would like to send you a copy of Restoring Civility: Lessons from the Master. Even if you have already read it, would you consider giving it to someone who hasn’t? Isn’t that what Christmas is all about?

You may contribute to this ministry by completing and mailing this response card or clicking on the donate button below.

God bless you!

Kent R. Hunter, Founder

Tracee J. Swank, Leader

P.S. View a PDF version of our Year-End Report.

Church Doctor Ministries is a member in good standing of The Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. Contributions are solicited with the understanding that Church Doctor Ministries has complete discretion and control over the use of all donated funds.

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