Launched in the spring of 2001, Ministrymaker Ministries provides training, mentoring, and support to men and women who are entering the ministry, starting a church, or wanting to expand an existing congregation. We help people from all walks of life become better preachers, teachers, and ministry leaders.
Need ministry training? Ministrymaker University offers affordable tuition, grants for low-income students, advanced online courses, and ministerial degrees. Interested in becoming an ordained minister? Our ministerial fellowship offers credentialing and a spiritual covering for pastors and their churches.
Dr. Gary and Kim Linton
Ministrymaker Ministries has received a mandate from God to gather together leaders, ministers, and churches of like precious faith. The vehicle He has raised up for this gathering of leadership is Ministrymaker Ministerial Fellowship. For more information, watch this message from Dr. Linton.
Latest Articles and Guides
- Tapping into the Power of the Holy Spirit
All of the power of the Holy Spirit resides within us as believers. Few of us utilize all the power of the Holy Spirit afforded us.
- Revelation 3:7-13 – The Church in Philadelphia
Historically, this church marks periods of revival, especially during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
- Revelation 3:1-6 – The Church in Sardis
Saris foreshadowed the Protestant Reformation. Christendom was dead though it had a name it lived. It began with the publication of the Ninety-five Theses by Martin Luther in 1517.
- Revelation 2:18-29 – The Church in Thyatira
Believers in Thyatira had a hard time not compromising because of pressure from the guilds to worship at various temples and attend guild feasts.
- Revelation 2:12-17 – The Church in Pergamos
Pergamos was one of the most prominent cites in Asia, a wealthy city with many temples devoted to idols. It was a church of compromise.
- Revelation 2:8-11 – The Church in Smyrna
Smyrna, a coastal city of great wealth. Located forty miles north of Ephesus. It had a population of 200,000, one-third of whom were Christian.
- Revelation 2:1-7 – The Church of Ephesus
Ephesus was typical of the apostolic church age. It began as a church ablaze for Christ but drifted from its first love.
- Revelation 1 – The Revelation of Jesus Christ
John was boiled alive in oil and banished to the Isle of Patmos. It was there he had the vision of Jesus and what would unfold in the last days.