*Ordination through MOFM Christian Outreach, can only take place after the completion of the Basic Chaplaincy Certification training.
*Ordination from MOFM can be obtained after further biblical studies of completing an approximate 6 topic Bible Study.
*Requirements include traditional Christianity, maintaining good standing as a basic graduate, and the opportunity provided to choose and continue studies in faith towards ordination/anointing. Application process. Application approvals must be met.
*After Ordination Class, Assignments and Bible Studies completion, Chaplain Ordination Status
through Messages of Faith Ministry Chaplaincy Services may be obtained.
MOFM is organized exclusively for charitable purposes within the meaning of section 501 of the Internal Revenue code.
MOFM is organized exclusively for religious purposes within the meaning of section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code
MOFM, is duly organized and existing under, and by virtue of the laws of the State of Nevada, and has been in existence and good standing
in this State of Nevada since 2001. Governed and chartered by its articles of incorporation, by-laws, and volunteer board of directors.
We uphold the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America, and the right of the individual to legally worship as they please.
We uphold the Federal law that provides each church/ministry with the inalienable right to establish legal clergy and to appoint legal ministers within that establishment.
One of the greatest advantages of Ministry is your autonomy to self-govern. It brings the ability to license and ordain ministers in accordance with the convictions of the leadership's heart. When licensing, one must keep in mind that it is God who ordains and man simply recognizes what God has already done. The government accepts it as valid and allows the person to exercise the rights and privileges that come with being a licensed or ordained minister.
“While religious organizations may designate persons as ministers for their religious purposes free from any governmental interference, such a designation does not necessarily determine their legal or tax status.”
“No court will interfere with a church’s decision to designate anyone as a minister. However, the courts are not bound by such ecclesiastical designations in defining the term “minister” for legal or tax purposes.”
Chaplains Ordination 12/2010
Chaplaincy Nevada division was created and developed in 2009.
December 2009 through 2013: Classes are scheduled 2 times per year.
The class minimum is set at 15, with a maximum of 30 individuals.