Congress and Civility

Congress and Civility

Our civility movement is not only for those we serve in churches, but for our nation, too! Thanks to the generosity of Church Doctor Ministries donors, we have been able to start spreading Restoring Civility: Lessons from the Master to places and corners we never...
Did You Hear That?

Did You Hear That?

Did you read Restoring Civility: Lessons from the Master: Your Path to Rediscover Respect? If you read it but want to learn more, you can also listen to the podcasts created just for the civility movement! Haven’t read the book but want to know more about what it’s...
New Online Opportunities

New Online Opportunities

We are branching out! COVID-19 has created many new ministry opportunities, and we thought we would explore some, too! Church Doctor Ministries is excited to announce our new webinar opportunities. These webinars will help those who have not yet read the new resource...
Our BOGO Deal

Our BOGO Deal

We are on a quest to restore civility with the new resource book Restoring Civility: Lessons from the Master: Your Path to Rediscover Respect. Church Doctor Ministries’ founder, Kent R. Hunter, and leader, Tracee J. Swank, now invite you to not only read their new...
Ask Questions

Ask Questions

One of my favorite “breakthrough” concepts from the book Restoring Civility is the concept of interrogative influence. It is the brilliant use of questions rather than barking orders to help your friends, relatives, coworkers, and your children—anyone—grow in...
Culture Lives in People

Culture Lives in People

In my book, Restoring Civility, I reported a great quote from Abraham Lincoln. In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed March 30 to be a national day of fasting, humility, and prayer. He declared: “We have been the recipients of the choicest bounties of Heaven....