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The Fellowship of St. James was founded in 1976 to promote fidelity to Jesus Christ, encourage greater Christian unity, and defend traditional Christian doctrines and moral teachings. The Fellowship and its publications serve Protestant, Evangelical, Catholic, and Orthodox Christians who come together on the basis of shared belief in the fundamental doctrines of the faith as revealed in Holy Scripture and summarized in the ancient creeds of the Church.
Other ways to give:
• Matching Gifts: Some employers match employee donations dollar-for-dollar. This is a wonderful way to make your gift go even further for the ministry. Does FSJ qualify for a matching gift with your employer? Email email@example.com to find out!
• Donated stocks: Another way to provide FSJ with financial resources to continue its ministry is by donating stocks. We have an account set up for this purpose. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Planned Giving: If you'd like to ensure that FSJ continues its mission of defending Christianity and strengthening our brothers and sisters from across denominational lines, then please consider leaving FSJ in your will or estate planning. Contact email@example.com for more details about planned giving.
Phone: (773) 481-1090 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fellowship of St. James publications: Follow us online!
In Christ All Sinners Are Truly Made New
Marriage Lite or the New Concubinage?
on the Problem of Preaching About "Responsible Parenthood"
Dr. Eric Hedin & the Contested Boundaries of Science
The Great Epics Are Theological & Mark the Hard Path to Beatitude
An Interview with Star Parker