Ordained Ministers

of Ordination
Ron E. HammondPastorMay 13, 2010TN
Loretta K. HammondPastorMay 13, 2010TN
Miguel TenMarketplace Apostle & PastorDec 12, 2010OH
Adam N. MalonePastorJan 10, 2016OH
Natosha N. MalonePastorJan 10, 2016OH
Marlena A. HackneyProphetic IntercessorJan 11, 2016OH
A. N. Other*
EvangelistNov 16, 2018South Asia
Faith L. FoxEvangelistNov 25, 2018OH
David L. March Sr.PastorJune 17, 2021OH/NC

We take ordination very seriously. We do not ordain online.

People in the world need to have confidence and assurance that those whom the Church holds out as ordained ministers are people who walk in love and integrity and who are anointed, called, mature, and competent. Ordination recognizes and ratifies God’s call on their lives and the office they are already observably moving in with great effect.

Therefore, we only ordain ones we know personally, whom we have seen in action in ministry, and who have satisfactorily completed our candidacy process. Only after much prayer to confirm the mind and will of the Lord, we hold an ordination service and personally anoint them with oil.  

Biblically, to be ordained, a minister must meet the qualifications found in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:6-9; they must be a mature believer in the faith according to Hebrews 5:12-14, and must also satisfy the requirements of 1 Peter 5:2-3, so far as applicable. Ministers vow on ordination to maintain these standards, to consistently study the Word of God, and to seek to increase in anointing and skills.

We ordain to an office in the church, meaning the Church at large. Our credentials travel with them wherever the Lord leads. Our credentials are not restricted to a local church, a network of churches, or a denomination.

* Name and country withheld for safety reasons