CONTACT CSM

The ministry email and chat load is substantial and CSM is currently operating without staff. Time is limited, so some categories of incoming messages have to be ignored.

  1. The ministry mission is to develop and administer Bible study resources that are free of the doctrines of man. We lack the time to screen the many teachings we receive for false doctrine, so teachings, or links to teachings are not accepted.
  2. There is no longer time to review ministry reports, so members of CSMSocial have their own personal profile where they can share their reports with the entire membership.
  3. Funding the ministry and supporting the local Body consumes all available finances. For that reason, funding requests cannot be considered.

Messages of these types will be deleted without review or response. Repeated messages of these types will be sent to spam and the offending individual will be blocked.

When the ministry matures and volunteers are added, customer service and tech support numbers will be available to meet your needs. In the interim, please initiate contact by private message on CSMSocial. If you are not a member and don’t wish to join, please introduce yourself and post your comment, or question in the area supplied at the bottom of this page.

More formal communications should be directed to:

Chuck Swift Ministries
P.O. Box 1
Hodgenville, KY
42748-0001

Thanks and Blessings,

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2 thoughts on “CONTACT CSM

  1. chuckswift1 Post author

    Thank you for your comment Jeffry (coupon removed). I am glad to explain what may be a problem with ‘editors choice’, rather than frequent misspelling.

    The goal of First Edit, which is where all of the Scripture posts come from, is to remove superfluous and incorrect punctuation and to make some minor sentence structure changes so it will be a better source document for use in the Editing Project. I am also changing select words, such as LORD to Jehovah, thou to you, etc. At times I chose to leave a word or two in the original Elizabethan when I feel it adds emphasis to text. The mixing of those words with current vernacular at times confuses our spell checkers. There’s not much I can do to minimize that at this point, but may I suggest that you click on each and add them to your local spell checker when you come across them? That will stop them from being highlighted, which I agree can be distracting.

    If that’s not the case, I would appreciate it if you would bring it to my attention by comment on the post where the error occurs. That will give me the opportunity to correct it and remove that spelling from my spell checker.

    Blessings

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