Ordination Story

My name is Elise Cirignano.I am currently living in The United States of America in Myrtle Beach South Carolina. I came to know the Lord through the youth Leaders at Wesleyan Church in upstate New York.They poured their love, time, and dedication into me through the Sunday Night Youth Ministry. On a field trip to Southern Wesleyan University in South Carolina I accepted Christ as my Lord and Savior. My ministry dream is to open a Christian Leader’s Institute Mentor Center in Myrtle Beach.

The Mentor Center would be a Library with classrooms, computer lab, and lecture hall. This Mentor Center would drastically impact my community because it would be a place where the entire community could gather to learn about Christ. Not only could students of all ages read and study The Word. But they would have access to thousands of books on doctrine, and topical study. With access to computers students, bible study groups, and individuals could have access to Christian Leader’s Institute curriculum of Ministry Training.

This Center gives anyone the opportunity encounter The Gospel of Christ. By completing The Deacon Minister Ordination process I have shown my sincere dedication and commitment to persuing this calling God has placed on my life. I am ready to start taking the next steps of action. The scholarship at Christian Leader’s Institute is the only opportunity I will have to take accredited ministry training. I could not otherwise afford it. This ministry training is making it possible to create disciples who can make disciples and completely change the world. Please pray that God’s Will be done. That I be used as an instrument to bring Him Glory. And please pray for the lost people in Myrtle Beach, that they hear the Gospel and are brought into the loving arms of Jesus. Thank CLI for all the opportunities you are giving me. Sincerely Elise Cirignano

Henry Reyenga
Author: Henry Reyenga

Henry Reyenga is president of Christian Leaders Institute and Christian Leaders Alliance.

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