Ordained Pastor Calling

Ordained Pastor Calling

Ordained Pastor Calling

My name is Fred Schremp, and I have an ordained pastor calling on my life. My wife Beth and I have been married for going on 27 years, and we have two grown children. I work for a roofing and building supply company in their IT support department, and I have worked with them for over 20 years now. My walk with the Lord Jesus began in 1971 in my sophomore year of high school when my older sister invited me to a Bible study.

Ordained Pastor Calling and Ministry Vision

Ten years ago, my wife had a vision of me pastoring a church with no walls or roof. I didn’t think much of it at the time. We have in the past couple of years become involved in an outreach mission with the homeless and poor. Our church is a church with no walls or roof. God has put upon my heart to be ordained as a pastor. All this seems to be God preparing us for more.

About two years ago, my wife first had the vision that we needed to move our ministry to Texas. We prayed about it, and the Lord confirmed it with me also. Since then, we moved to Texas, and we now work with various ministries and pastors. We volunteer as chaplains at the Coming King Scripture Prayer Garden and are mentoring a family through Hill Country Daily Bread ministries. The Lord is teaching and preparing us.

Ordained Pastor Calling Led to CLI

We put a lot of our resources into this ministry. As a result, I continue to work at my current job and take online courses to become ordained with Christian Leaders Alliance. I am excited to take quality Christian leadership training at low to no cost at Christian Leaders Institute. We are eagerly looking forward to what God has set forth for us.

At this point, I believe that the Lord is calling me to open a healing ministry/house church. I also see a new season of working with the churches to celebrate what we have in common, reaching the lost and healing the sick and broken. I eagerly wait for the Lord to open a new season, whatever He calls me to. Soli Deo Gloria!