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Pastor Craig

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  1. You might consider joining the National Association of Christian Ministers. Membership is free so are several of the training classes. A couple of others cost but not much, I think one of the courses is $19. nacministers.org
  2. Forgot :The Prophetic Voice Institute has 3 courses http://www.gtm.org/pvi/courses/
  3. My suggested list of ministry training : Harvetime Int'l http://harvestime.org Christian Leaders Institute http://christianleadersinstitute.org Our Daily Bread http://christianuniversity.org
  4. Mississippi passed "Religious Freedom Law http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/04/05/473107959/mississippi-governor-signs-religious-freedom-bill-into-law".
  5. Sounds similar to Florida's new law. Florida Gov. Rick Scott has finally approved the "Pastor Protection Act", which aims to protect clergy members if they refuse to perform same-sex marriages. http://www.christiantimes.com/article/pastor-protection-act-gets-florida-gov-rick-scotts-approval/53778.htm Sounds like a good thing to me. the LGBT community has sued pretty much anyone that hasn't seen things their way. It is just a matter of time before they start suing clergy for refusing to perform a ceremony for them.
  6. Just make sure you get the paperwork done correctly. I have performed literally hundreds of weddings in Michigan from 1999 to 2008, only had an issue once when the couple was from out of state. In which case the wedding has to be performed in the county the license was issued, in their case a relative was a clerk and helped them get the license. I went ahead with the wedding but asked them to get a new license before I would sign it. It is a good idea to keep a record of the names on the license as well, I have received a few calls asking what so-an-so's name was supposed to be. I recommend some type of professional record book, I use the "Ideal Church Record". The number of copies of the license can vary from county to county as well. Basically it boils down to Yes as an ordained ULC minister you can perform weddings in Michigan with no problems.
  7. Multicultural Calendar Here is another site. you can only view the current month and the next one.