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:: Ministry Credentials ::

 


C3M offers ministry credentials to individuals who are called to the ministry and meet the guidelines established by our Presbytery. We offer a Worker's Certificate, Ministry license and Ordination.  Our belief is that ministry is relational, not organizational, therefore we only give credentials to those ministries that desire to walk in close relationship and mutual accountability with C3M Ministries

Workers Certificate
For those who are called and getting started in the ministry and want to work alongside experienced ministers to develop their own ministry.  Worker's Certification acknowledges your call to ministry and creates an official working relationship to disciple you in your growing ministry.  To qualify for a Worker's Certificate you will need to meet our guidelines.

Ministerial License
This is the first step for those who are called and actively involved in some type of ongoing ministry.  While licensing is not mentioned in the Bible and is therefore somewhat artificial, we believe the Bible teaches an apprentice type mentoring environment for ministry development.   Our Ministerial License acknowledges your call to ministry and the ministry work you are currently involved in. It creates a relationship of mutual respect and accountability for the continued growth and development of the licensee.   A ministerial license does not qualify a person for ministry, their call and anointing does. To qualify for a Ministerial License you will need to meet our guidelines.

Ordination
For those who are called and actively involved in some type of ongoing ministry.  We believe that ordination is scriptural and is a formal release of the minister into the fullness of the ministry God has called them to. It creates a relationship of mutual respect and accountability for the continued growth and development of the person being ordained   Ordination does not qualify a person for ministry, their call and anointing does. To qualify for ordination you will need to meet our guidelines.

 


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