✟ National Association of Christian Ministers ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

   Become an Ordained Minister of the Gospel:   

   Path to Becoming a Licensed Christian Ordained Minister   

Answer your call to ministry National Association of Christian Ministers

                    Mission Statement                   

   Then the LORD answered me, Write the vision. Make it clear so that anyone can read it quickly” (Hab 2:2).  

We Are

    • The National Association of Christian Ministers, a non-denominational fellowship of professional Christian ministers. 

Our Purpose

      • To advance Christian ministry by offering professional developmentministry trainingChristian ordinationminister licenses and church charters.

Our Vision

      • To make these ministerial resources freely available to all believers called to ministry.

Our Strategy

      • After prayerful examination; consideration of our high ethical standards; and affirmation of faith; our ministry is to:
        • 1) Mentor, License & Ordain Christian Ministers
        • 2) Develop Leadership With Ministerial Training 
        • 3) Confer Church Charters of Accountability 
        • 4) Provide a Professional Fellowship for Networking Ministers

Laying on Hands

               Christian Ordination: Becoming an Ordained, Licensed Minister               

Our members say the biggest reason they choose our association is because they feel called of God to move forward in ministry.

Whether as a professional or lay minister, their goal is to become a pastor, evangelist, chaplain, small group leader etc. or to start a church. Naturally, they feel they need ordination to accomplish this work.

From there they search the Internet to discover their options and quickly become unsatisfied with the insincerity of what they find.

For them, a piece of paper calling them a minister is not enough. They are unwilling to compromise for anything less than “Christian ordination” through the fellowship of shared faith in Jesus Christ alone.  They only want to associate with other sincere Christian ministers, who uphold the fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith. They want something more than just unscrupulous, disingenuous online ordination.

They also value the spiritual blessing known as the “laying on of the hands,” and enjoy having that as an option.

After prayer and guidance from the Holy Spirit, they choose the National Association of Christian Ministers as their home.

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