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God Embassy Training College (GETC) will guide you into a credible, locally recognized ordination. Ordained leaders are Christians who are called, gifted, trained and set apart as agents of the Church.
GETC will help you recognize your calling and unique gifts for ministry. You will be taught with high-quality ministry training classes that prepare you for Church leadership Our minister ordination program brings you through a process where local leaders and mentors recognize your ministry training and confirm your calling. You get your free ministry training from God Embassy Training College. You complete the two ministry training course. Then you are eligible to take your ordination course that explains your local ecuministry with the God Embassy alliance.
The Ordination Program brings you through a process where local leaders and mentors recognize your ministry training and affirm your calling as an agent of the Church. The training is free. There is a small fee for an embossed certificate, ID card, Letter of Good Standing, and parking pass.
A study program that covers the essentials of ministry training.
God Embassy Training College offers you free training that gives college-grade Bible school training that prepares you for ordination. There are two ordination training options currently at God Embassy Training College. One is for the office of efficient and the other is a general ministry ordination.
Online ordination scams are usually not connected to local churches or local leaders. This lack of local connection is one of the telltale characteristics of a scam. Historically, ordination is thought of as a “church” function. Christian Leaders Institute ordination candidates have chosen local mentors to guide them through their studies. After students complete their study that is connected to a local mentor, students must gather the endorsements of three recommenders and one signer. The signer is ordinarily an ordained leader in a local church. While this does not totally assure a qualified and credible candidate for ordination, it does go a long way to confirm the calling and qualifications of the ordained leader. The apostle Paul told Timothy,
Do not be hasty in the laying on of hands, and do not share in the sins of others. Keep yourself pure. (1 Timothy 5:22)
Dear Students and Graduates,
Divinity at God Embassy focuses on the study of the Christian faith and tradition in the context of its history, institutions and its role today. Whether you have a personal, vocational or intellectual interest in learning more about the Christian faith, or want to explore the world's major religions, God Embassy is the place for you. You will gain, and great transferable skills which open a wide range of career options, in addition to ministry.
What is ordination about?
The National Christian Counselors Association did an extensive study of the worldwide understanding of ordination. The NCCA concluded:
Broadly speaking, ordination is the ‘setting apart’ of persons for the office and work of the ministry to which they have been called by God. Having been educated and formed for this ministry, they are examined for their fitness and readiness for this office, and then ‘set apart’ for it by ordination. By the act of ordination, they are placed in an ‘order’ of ministry or in ministerial office; they are given authority to hold that office and to exercise the particular ministry. Ordination is thus the transmission of ministerial authority to a person by those who are competent to do so.
God Embassy Training College will guide you into legitimate local ordination. As the National Christian Counselors Association points out, ordained leaders are called and set apart Christian leaders who have been educated, examined and locally ‘set apart’ by their local Christian leaders. Once ordained these leaders are agents of the church in their local ministries reach.God Embassy Training College guides you in this process in the following ways.
There are two types of ordination status’ worldwide. Episcopate and Diakonos.
The first is Episcopate, from the Greek word, ELDER. These roles include titles like Elder, Senior Pastor, Bishop, and Priest. The Episcopate is often reserved for men in many denominations and fellowship. There is much debate about whether women can occupy that role as an Episcopate Leader. Most denominations or fellowships require the elder status pastor to go many years to college and/or seminary.
The other ordained minister status is Diakonos, which is translated in the Bible as Servant, Deacon, or Minister. The ordained role of deacon minister was instituted in Acts 6 of the Bible. The Greek word “diakonos” was used to designate these leaders. The word “diakonos” was translated into the Latin as the word, “ministrae”. We get the English word “minister” from that Latin word.
God Embassy Training College specializes in the Deacon-Minister training for ordination. We guide ordained minister candidates through a training, credentialing, ordaining and commissioning process. We train minister candidates to fit in almost every Biblical Christian denominational or non-denominational church. We accent the centrally agreed on teachings and we allow for differences on disputable matters. The minister ordination includes men or woman. The minister ordination is recognized internationally through the God Embassy Alliances The laying on of hands, the ordination, is usually done by local God Embassy leaders. This ordination allows God Embassy Leaders to retain their local church membership status while still being recognized as globally ordained.
The Ecuministry Program Details
1. Minister Ordination Training
God Embassy Training College offers you free training that gives college-grade training which prepares you for ordination as a minister. Then you will continue more training to be commissioned into a ministry role. So you will be ordained as a minister after you take the first two classes, namely the Basic Certificate in Ministry Class (5 Credits) and the "Eclssiology" Church and Ministry Class (3 Credits).
These two classes give you the Christian Basics Certificate.
The Basic Certificate in Ministry Class (5 Credits) explores your walk with God and your calling into ministry. This class explains God Embassy Training College values and practices. This class whets your appetite for ministry. This class explains the generosity-driven ministry of God Embassy Training College.
"Eclssiology" Church and Ministry Class (3 Credits) covers the essential doctrines of the faith. Topics include God, Trinity, Jesus, Bible, Ministry, Sanctification, Justification, and many more subjects. Every minister needs to know these important teachings.
After you complete these two classes, you receive your second certificate at God Embassy Training College, The Basics Certificate in Ministry. You can then enroll in the Deacon Minister Ordination Course.
2. Minister Ordination Credentialing Through the Deacon Minister Ordination Course
This Minister Ordination Course establishes your basic minister credentials in the God Embassy Alliance.
This Minister Ordination course teaches you what it means to be a minister. You will learn basic ministry skills. In this class, you are guided through a process where you will gather three recommendations that you are called and fit for ministry service. If you cannot get these recommendations, you can still study at God Embassy Training College, but you have a reality check on whether you are called into ministry. This may give you time to repair your reputation in your community while you take more ministry classes at God Embassy Training College.
You will learn basic ministry skills. You are guided through a process where you will gather three recommendations that you are called and fit for ministry service. If you cannot get these recommendations, you can still study at God Embassy Training College, but you have a reality check on whether you are called into ministry.
This may give you time to repair your reputation in your community while you take more ministry classes at God Embassy Training College.
You are guided through a process where you will gather three recommendations that you are called and fit for ministry service. If you cannot get these recommendations, you can still study at God Embassy Training College, but you have a reality check on whether you are called into ministry. This may give you time to repair your reputation in your community while you take more ministry classes at God Embassy Training College.
3. Minister Ordination Ordaining
After you complete the Deacon Minister Ordination course, you will be ordained in your local community. Your local leaders who endorsed you usually are the ones who lay their hands on you. If you want your official documents, you may purchase them or receive them as part of our student vision partner program. We have an optional program for those who want to keep their credentials updated. Updated credentials bring you more credibility.
4. Commissioning to a Minister Role
Now that you are ordained, you have your license to begin doing ministry in your local setting. You may realize that you want to be commissioned into a specialized ministry role. God Embassy Training College has developed specialized classes that require certain classes. The ones currently offered are:
There are many ordained minister roles offered by God Embassy Training College through the God Embassy Alliance.