Becoming a licensed minister

Becoming a Licensed Minister

Becoming a licensed minister gives me confidence when standing before a congregation. With a minister’s license, I am better equipped to serve and appear professional. I don’t want my insecurities to get in the way of the message of Christ and ministering to people. The Influence and People Smart courses were really enjoyable. They were very beneficial for an introvert like me.

I began to pursue my credential through Christian Leaders Institute to help bolster my knowledge of the Bible and ministry (Learn more about Bible courses and ministry classes free online, Click Here). I want to be able to meet with people in nursing homes and hospitals. Now, I feel more confident and competent about entering those places with a minister’s license.

Becoming a Licensed Minister: Equipped to Serve

I so enjoyed my training with the Christian Leaders Institute that I may possibly pursue a college degree with them down the road. However, since I typically do more lay or bi-vocational ministry, I think I will work on my deacon ordination next.

I thank the Lord for Christian Leaders Institute. After searching for a school where I could study the Bible for free, I found so much more. I have learned a lot from teachers like Dr. Feddes, Pastor Reyenga, Brother Elzinga, and others. These classes are helping me build skills and confidence in my leadership roles so that I can better serve God and others. The lessons are well put together and of high value. I am very proud to be a student of the Christian Leaders Institute. I am also thankful for becoming a licensed minister with the Christian Leaders Alliance.

Learn more about ordination and minister licensing at the Christian Leaders Alliance. Interested in a low-cost college degree? To learn more, check out the Christian Leaders College.

Henry Reyenga
Author: Henry Reyenga

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