THE T.U.F.F SERVICES MINISTRIES™    
                                        

Religious and Nonreligious Pastoral Coaching, Counseling and Relief Service

 
World Wide Ministry Membership
 
 

Membership to The United Fellowship Of Faith ministries, is open to everyone, regardless of denomination, religious beliefs or residence. There is NO  monthly or annual charge or donation required for membership in our organization.


"We acknowledge religious freedom for all of God's children"


Through our online ministry, we will provide and offer an abundant of helpful resources and practical tools for leading a joyous, abundant and peaceful life; while we aspire to strengthen confidence in every point of your life and encourage personal and spiritual growth. Some of the many benefits of your online Congregation Membership will include:


  • Bible Study & Assignments
  • Confessionals
  • Daily Bible Verses
  • Daily Devotionals
  • Daily Prayers
  • Discounts for the Religious & Wedding Store
  • Free Resource Downloads
  • Monthly Sermons
  • Newsletters
  • Personal Life Coaching Support Discounts
  • Personal Counseling Support Discounts
  • Religious Products & Tools
  • Student Study Program
  • And much more!



There are two ways to become a member of our congregation. You can contact the Membership Committee, by completing the e-mail form below. Or you can click on: MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION to down load and complete the form and return to us either by regular mail or e-mail. (Information is provided below for your convenience)


Upon acceptance, your Membership Card and other materials, will be mailed to you at the address provided. Should you have any additional questions, comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to communicate with us at: (702) 569-9901.



 

Membership Request


(Please fill out the form below as completely as possible for best assistance)

 
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"Love God with all your heart," and "Love your neighbor as yourself." (Matt. 22)