Becoming a license and ordain minister (ordain clergy) is the most important thing you can do to start your ministry or church. As a Ordain Minister you will have the legal authority to start a church, become a traveling evangelist preaching in other churches, start a Christian school, perform marriages, officiate funerals, become a missionary here or overseas, have a prison ministry and much more. Many new opportunities will be open to you as an ordained minister. Ordination makes it possible
The New Testament Bible Church Ministries gives you the legal authority of ordination, and the legal authority to begin your ministry. You may then take your new Christian church or ministry as far as your talents allow. There are no limits to what you can achieve once you are legally ordained.
Requirement For Minister's License and Ordination:
- Candidates for a Minister License Certificate and Ordination Certificate must be sincere and feel the calling of God upon their lives.
- Candidates must have been faithful members of a local Christian Church and the support of that Church in all categories (such regular attendance, tithing, fellowship, and praying for the grow of the church) for at least two years.
- The candidate must download and complete the application below and submit all of the required information along with the $50.00 application fee (non-refundable) and $150.00 tuition for their Minister's License or $150.00 tuition for the Ordination's Certificate.
- The candidate must complete 3 courses relating to Ministry, complete 20 documented hours of internship within the community, and write a 3 page double space typed paper on the subject of our choice. Once all material is turned in with required fees. The candidates will be awarded their beautiful Minister's License or Ordination's Certificate with gold seal, suitable for framing, and a Letter of Ordination.
How to become a License and Ordain Minister?
"Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you, and ordained you, that ye should go and bring forth fruit, and that your fruit should remain: that whatsoever ye shall ask of the Father in my name, He may give it you."
St. John 15:16 (KJV)