While some donors are supporting Fellowship Ministries occasionally and regularly, many friends of this ministry have redirected their support to the Shepherd's Canyon Retreat ministry which was begun by Fellowship Ministries beginning in 2007.
To give an offering of any size, please follow the instructions below.
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HOW YOU CAN HELP
Four ways that you can help:
NOTICE: While some donors are supporting Fellowship Ministries occasionally and regularly, many friends of this ministry have redirected their support to the Shepherd's Canyon Retreat ministry which was begun by Fellowship Ministries beginning in 2007. One ministry helps support the other and we are grateful for all the gracious gifts which are given to one or both of these ministries.
Donations may be directed to Fellowship Ministries or Shepherd's Canyon Retreat at P.O. Box 51510, Phoenix, AZ 85076 or through this website. Donations to Shepherd's Canyon Retreat, Inc can be given online on the www.ShepherdsCanyonRetreat.org website.
In 2013 we launched the Shepherd's Canyon Retreat "TEAM 1000". We are hoping and praying for 1000 individuals, couples, Sunday Schools, churches, and other organizations to support the ministry monthly @ $15 or more. Please write for call for a TEAM 1000 flyer. Please join the TEAM.
Questions? Call (480) 838-8500 or e-mail email@example.com
Since 1975 Fellowship Ministries has helped to equip pastors and lay worship leaders through worship and music conferences and seminars, publications, and through the worship concert ministry of Dave and Barb Anderson.
Beginning in mid-2008, the main focus of Fellowship Ministries will be Shepherd's Canyon Retreat, a specialized counseling and retreat center for wounded church workers and their spouses. The Shepherd's Canyon Retreat ministry is described in detail on the SCR website, www.shepherdscanyonretreat.org.
Christopher Columbus convinced Queen Isabella that she should provide funding for his three ships to sail to another world. At the time, people believed that the world stopped at the edge of the horizon. If you tried to go further, you would "fall off".
In his diary, Christopher Columbus wrote, "today we sailed off the map".
In a very real sense, Fellowship Ministries is in the process of "sailing off the map". No one has ever built a Lutheran-based counseling center for burned out church workers.
We need your help to keep sailing. A year from now we want to be able to say, "look what the Lord and the Lord's people have made possible".
We are a faith ministry and believe that God will provide for our needs according to His plan. Fellowship Ministries has severed the Kingdom for 33 years; God has been faithful! We invite you to support this ministry so that this important work can continue. Gifts ranging from $5 and into the thousands are what provides the necessary finances especially during these challenging economic times.
Four ways that you can help: