Ordained Minister Program Details
- Pastor or Church Planter: Lead or establish a church community.
- Staff Minister: Serve in various roles within a church.
- Traditional Ceremonial Duties: Conduct weddings, funerals, and other traditional rites.
- Traditional Minister Certification: Fits typical ordination programs.
- Become Fully Ordained. This goes beyond licensing ordination. This full ordination is for those seeking vocational opportunities or those who want more credibility.
- Wider Reach: Ideal for those wanting to pursue vocational minister and the advance specialization associated with receiving paid ministry positions.
- Varied Ceremonial Skills: Become proficient in officiating a diverse range of Christian ceremonies.
- Skill Development: The program serves as a foundational program that can be built upon for more specialized ministry roles all the way up to the Minister of the Word.
- Soul Center Registration: You will be eligible to register a Soul Center with the Christian Leaders Alliance
As a fully ordained minister, you can also choose to specialize in various other ministerial roles, expanding your reach and impact.
- Those called to full-time or part-time ministry.
- Individuals interested in church planting or pastoring.
- Those seeking an affordable and accessible alternative to traditional seminary studies.
This program not only equips you to serve as a pastor or staff minister but also provides a solid foundation for additional specializations, making you well-rounded and adaptable. It's ideal for those whose calling leads them toward more in-depth, formal ministry roles, especially where denominational requirements favor traditional academic studies.