Ordination Credentials

Ordination Credentials: To Be An Instrument of Peace

Ordination Credentials to be an Instrument of Peace

Like many, my journey into ordination also began with a prick in my spirit telling me to move forward. My name is Joanna Carter. I am a wife, mother, and educator living near Richmond, Virginia.
My husband and I have been worship leaders for over twenty years. However, in the last five years, the Lord has asked me to begin to speak to His children about who they are in Him and who He is as their Father. Therefore, I am eager to receive my ordination credentials with Christian Leaders Alliance.

In the past, my husband and I went into churches to provide worship ministry guidance. However, I was limited due to not being an ordained minister. I asked many pastors to mentor me, and they agreed. But, the time has gone on, and my ordination has not happened.

Ministry Training at CLI and Ordination Credentials with CLA

Christian Leaders Institute has provided the missing link needed for me to move forward in what the Father wants for me. I am thankful for the free ministry training with CLI and also for the ordination credentials with Christian Leaders Alliance. Doors for speaking opportunities will open where in the past these doors were closed.

The Father’s heart longs for people to know their value in Him. Through CLI and the free ordination credentials they have provided, I am now welcomed to minister. I can go into the addiction recovery center to minister to recovering addicts. I will tell them that they have a Father that loves them, created them, and planned for them. This call is what God has put on my heart and spirit. Please, pray for the purchase and completion of the Father’s counseling center where the hurt may find healing in His arms.

To learn more about minister ordination go to Christian Leaders Alliance.

Henry Reyenga
Author: Henry Reyenga

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