New Orientation

Greetings in the Mighty Name of Jesus!

Welcome to the National Association of Christian Ministers

From here we begin our new member orientation.  This way, you will be up to speed when your request for membership is approved.

All Members Must Undergo this Orientation in Order to:

1) Become a Member

2) Apply for Ordination. 

It will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.  Do not rush through it.

The info herein will answer many questions, and it will show you where to find answers to future questions.  We cannot emphasize enough the importance of reading and understanding this presentation.  As a member, it will set you up for success, and also keep you from making a mistake that could cause you to lose membership with us.

It is the responsibility of all members to (at the very least) understand the content of this presentation.  For sake of your time and ours, please do not embarrass yourself by asking us to answer questions already covered here, or in our FAQ.  We will simply point you back to this orientation to find the answer. (You would be surprised by the questions we receive which are so clearly answered in our FAQ.

Here is one of the most common questions: How do I apply for ordination?

If they simply finished this orientation, they would have been directed to the application for ordination at the end…

This is not intended to sound rude.

This is spoken in context of the adults who simply do not take the responsibility to read and benefit from the many questions we have already taken the time to answer.

This Member Orientation Will Cover

    1. An overview of the background, establishment, history and progress of the National Association of Christian Ministers
    2. Our vision, purpose, and mission
    3. An overview of the policies which keep and maintain our organization 
    4. The process of applying for ordination

“I strive always to keep my conscience clear before God and man.” (Acts 24:16).

In good conscience with God and myself, I have read and understand this information. 

With good conscious I click “next” to move forward: –> Next –>