The Church or Ministry “Charter” is a rich tradition in church history. Throughout time it has been used as a public declaration that a church has been approved by a governing authority, and operates in its blessings. Today, this tradition continues with a similar purpose; that is to make known to the community that a church or ministry is recognized by, and submits to the accountability of a governing religious body. For simplicity of explanation, it is like the “ordination” of a ministry.
1) We renew credentials in the month that they are ordered -without regard for being early or late.
2) Members of our organization can be sure that they are qualified to request documents if:
a) Their contact information is up to date on their profile at: http://www.nacministers.org
b) They have received a notice (in writing via email) from the NACM administration that their request for the recognition of a charter has been approved. All valid communication must have come from the following email addresses: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
If for any reason a member is uncertain about their status, we encourage to contact our HelpDesk at the following link: https://nacministers.help/contact-us/
To request this document, the named recipient MUST have met the following requirements:
1. They are a member of the NACM with a profile at http://www.nacministers.org,
2. They must have been approved for a charter by the NACM after applying at: https://nacministers.help/ordination-application
If the named recipient has not met the above criteria, the request for documentation will not be processed. HOWEVER; if by mistake the document is received:
a) it WILL be considered invalid; and
b) a fraudulent request for a document with the intention of deceit.
Further, the person named on the document will not be validated by our organization should a request for verification be made by government, institutions, church bodies, ministries, the public etc. In addition, the person(s) named, AND the ordering party will be identified as guilty of fraudulent intentions.