About Our Fellowship
Originally formed as a church corporation in 1989, Ministrymaker Ministries developed into an online church planting, leadership training, and ministry support site in 2001. Ministrymaker Ministerial Fellowship, an outreach ministry of Ministrymaker Ministries, provides credentialing and a spiritual covering for pastors, ministries, churches, and their leaders. It is our desire to equip people with the skills they need to walk in their God-given calling.
Hebrews 5:4 – “No man takes this honor to himself, but he who is called of God.”
Ministrymaker Ministerial Fellowship is spirit-filled, charismatic, and trinitarian. We know this covers a wide range of churches, denominations, and movements. By this, we basically mean that we believe in the fullness of the Spirit and that all of the gifts and manifestations of the Holy Spirit are for today.
Many take the position that the fivefold ministry (Ephesians 4:11) and the manifestations of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 12:7-11) passed away with the original twelve apostles and the completion of scripture. We believe all of the Bible and that these gifts are still present within the church.
Our fellowship is experientially and doctrinally balanced, rejecting most extremes. However, as with most extremes, there is usually an element of truth. The problem is with man, not with God, or what the Holy Spirit is wanting to emphasize. What typically happens is there is a move of the Holy Spirit in the church. People get excited and take the truth to a far extreme, which becomes error. When attempting to correct the error, they take it to the other extreme, which is also error. Biblical balance is usually found somewhere in the middle.
Read our Statement of Faith to find out more about what we believe.
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.
Joel 2:16 – “Gather the people, sanctify the congregation, assemble the elders.”
The purpose of this mandate is four-fold:
- Sound the alarm. There is a judgment coming. We must prepare the people and warn them (Joel 2:1-15). God desires to show mercy as opposed to judgment (Lamentations 3:22-23; Psalm 86:15).
Romans 1:18 – “For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men.”
- Intercession. “Let the priests, the ministers of the Lord, weep between the porch and the altar, and let them say, Spare Thy people, O Lord, and give not Thine heritage to reproach” (Joel 2:17). God is looking for men and women of God who will commit themselves to laying hold of God on behalf of His people (Isaiah 64:7).
- Restoration. The Holy Spirit is gathering together a group of leaders to bring about restoration in the lives of God’s people (Joel 2:18-27). His desire is to restore all the enemy has stolen in preparation for this last end-time revival. Our calling is to restore all that has been broken and mend that which has been torn in His people (Galatians 6:1).
Our mandate is to help heal and restore the lives and ministries of the fallen. We strongly believe the calling of God upon a person’s life is irrevocable. The Bible is clear that “the gifts and calling of God are without repentance” (Romans 11:29). Just because a person goes through difficulties and failure does not mean God is through with them. Failure doesn’t disqualify us. If it did there would have been no hope for Moses, David, Peter and many others in the Bible.
Peter failed miserably in his denial of Jesus and it was approximately fifty days later that the Holy Spirit used him to preach the first gospel message where 3,000 people were saved. It’s interesting that Jesus didn’t demand Peter sit down for an extended period of time, but used him mightily shortly after his failure. Contact us if you have gone through failure and need help, encouragement, and restoration.
- An outpouring of the Holy Spirit. This outpouring (Joel 2:28-32) is to come after the restoration takes place, “it shall come to pass afterward” (Joel 2:28). God will use this gathering of leaders to usher in the end-time harvest (John 4:35; Matthew 9:36-38). If 3,000 were saved at the beginning of the last days (Pentecost, Acts 2), how much greater will the harvest be in the end of the last days?
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Ministrymaker Ministerial Fellowship strives to keep affiliation and membership fees as low as possible. Along with our already low costs, pastors and ministries from developing countries often receive a significant discount. Thank you for being a blessing!