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The knowledge of New Life Christian Outreach & Ministry
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Understanding our goal in prison ministry.
Becoming a volunteer member of said ministry
Information concerning our outreach programs and ministries.
Rules and Policies of NLCOM and said outreach programs
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  • 1. What does Ordination Means?
     

    The define word meaning in a worldly fashion:

    1. Ecclesiastical. the act or ceremony of ordaining.
    2.the fact or state of being ordained.
    3.a decreeing.
    4.the act of arranging.
    5.the resulting state; disposition; arrangement.
    The modern definition of ordination is “the investiture of clergy” or “the act of granting pastoral authority or sacerdotal power.” Usually, we think of an ordination service as a ceremony in which someone is commissioned or appointed to a position within the church. Often, the ceremony involves the laying on of hands.
    The Bible express:
    The word ordain in the Bible refers to a setting in place or designation; for example, Joseph was “ordained” as a ruler in Egypt (Acts 7:10); the steward in Jesus’ parable was “ordained” to oversee a household (Matthew 24:45); deacons were “ordained” to serve the Jerusalem church (Acts 6:1-6); and pastors were “ordained” in each city in Crete (Titus 1:5). In none of these cases is the mode of ordination specified, nor is any ceremony detailed; the “ordinations” are simply appointments. The word can even be used negatively, as an appointment to punishment (Luke 12:46).
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  • 2. When do I know am ready to be ordained?
     

    No one can really tell you when it is time for anyone to be ordained, this is a true and  powerful calling upon anyone life through the love and gifts of God.

    But when God calls and qualifies a man/woman for the ministry, it will be apparent both to that man and to the rest of the church. The would-be minister will meet the qualifications set forth in 1 Timothy 3:1-16 and Titus 1:5-9, and he will possess a consuming desire to preach, teach, and lead (1 Corinthians 9:16). It is the duty of the church elders, together with the congregation, to recognize and accept the calling. After that, a formal commissioning ceremony—an ordination service—is appropriate, though by no means mandatory. The ordination ceremony itself does not confer any special power; it simply gives public recognition to God’s choice of leadership.

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  • 3. How long does it take for a person to become ordained?
     

    The requirements for ordination vary by denomination and by individual church, so it may take longer to become a pastor/ church leader in one church as compared to another. It generally takes three years to complete an MDiv program, and it may take two or three years to complete the candidacy process in some churches.

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  • 4. How long does it take for NLCOM ordinations?
     

    Our ordinations process is totally different then many others, but yet, it is still accepted and acknowledge by all churches.

    It can take up to 30 or even up to a year, all depends on spiritual insight a person has, there education, spiritual development, training, and how they have saved. Once a person file their applications, our elders will take the time to review it, check background information, fellowship information, pastoral information etc. to ensure that we are ordaining the right individual.

    After information has been review, that individual will be placed within our A.C.T.S course, and once achieving certification, we shall then grant that individual ordination under the leadership of New Life C.O.M

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  • 5. What is the process of being ordained by NLCOM?
     

    Our process is very simple, but also gain alot of information in order to ordain said individual.

    1. File application
    2. References, Spiritual insight information
    3. Process of Interview with one or more Elders of NLCOM
    4. Payment process
    5. A.C.T.S program
    6. Ordination received.

     

     

     

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  • 6. Can I obtain License or ordained by NLCOM?
     

    Yes; anyone with the true calling of serving the Lord can be license or ordained under the leadership of New Life Christian Outreach & Ministry, as well as obtain certification under the Alliances for Christian Training and Servanthood Ministry.

     

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  • 7. What are the requirements of being licensed or ordained?
     

    The candidate must be accepted into membership with our organization (which requires clear statements of personal ministry goals, vision, mission statements, and agreement with our values in ministry).

    2) The candidate must make a firm confession of the evangelical Christian faith.  This is defined as confessing agreement with every point in our statement of faith.

    3) The candidate must pass a theological evaluation by an Elder serving within our organization.  This is a part of the application process which may be conducted by email, phone call, or in person.

    4) The candidate must use their testimony to demonstrate a call to ministry through the application process.

    5) The candidate must confirm that they are free from sexual sin.

    6) That they will never officiate a same sex marriage with the privileges of their ordination.

    8) The candidate must be free from illegal drug use.

    10) The candidate must pass a sex offender registry check.

    11) The candidate must acknowledge and be able to pay tithes and offering

    12) The candidate must pay their ordination or license fee

    Please note: We hold such behaviors concerning same sex marriage as immoral in accordance with the teachings of God’s Word.  We love all people of all races, and sexual orientations; however, we do not approve of all behavior. Adherence to these beliefs is the foundation of morality and religion.  This is our religious right under the 1st amendment of the Constitution of the United States.  We thank you for respecting our beliefs

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  • 8. Validity of ordination or license with NLCOM.
     

    From time to time we encounter people who wonder about the validity of ordination with the NLCOM/ A.C.T.S.  There are two perspectives from which this question is asked:

    1) From the perspective of a minister in our organization

    2) From the perspective of a non-member of our organization

    Whether or not a person is a member, generally the question stems from the understanding that we are a virtual boundaryless organization.  In the early years of the Internet people were not trusting of anything associated with it. For this reason news reporters capitalized by reporting on the fear and dangers of meeting stalkers, criminals, and murders online.  After things settled down a bit, in 2000-2002 there was the great dot-com bust where many online companies went bankrupt causing investors to lose terribly in the stock market.  Unfortunately, this also contributed some distrust for things related to the Internet.

    Today things have changed.  State funded public school systems are offering their classes online from K-12th grade. Additionally, you can pay your taxes online, apply for a mortgage, receive Federal Student loans, and even purchase auto insurance.  Universities have shifted from traditional training methods and are now offering classes and degrees to students who study online. This has resulted in the organizing of fully accredited virtual universities such as Walden and Capella University. Massive companies have been formed such as Amazon.com and eBay.com, and billions of dollars are exchanged each year in the Internet economy.  Needless to say, public opinion of the Internet is dramatically shifting and quickly becoming an inseparable part of the civilized world.  We see this as a huge opportunity to unite the Body of Christ, and to send the Gospel unto every nation and tribe on the planet.

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  • 9. Hands on Ordination “the laying on of hands”
     

    First it should be clarified that ordination with the A.C.T.S is not necessarily “online ordination.” We have Elders and their  purpose is specifically for offering the “laying on of hands blessing” to people who have recognized ordination status with the A.C.T.S.  In such cases, ordination is a hands on experience.

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  • 10. Do other churches, ministries and christian schools recognize your credentials?
     

    Ordination is a Biblical practice, but our society expects it as a means by which to qualify who should and should not enter places like prisons and shelters, etc.  Therefore, ordination is more for our secular society, than anything else.  Our credentials have been honored in many cases where people have applied to county offices to perform weddings, enter jails, hospitals. etc. And we are truly thankful and blessed to say many churches, ministries and organization recognizes and accept our license and ordination certification. If you are looking for ordination that is valid across denominations,  we have been recognize by many as of 2010.

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  • 11. Whats the differences between license minister & ordination?
     

    While some may find this topic confusing, we believe there is a simple answer.  A licensed minister is a member of the clergy who is considered to be in “good standing” with a ministry association, licensing agency, religious society, or denomination of churches, etc.  The term implies that one of these institutions have granted them a license to practice ministry. 

    The terms minister license and ministry license (sometimes misspelled as minister licence) are common descriptions of a status where a minister has been given religious permissions to spiritual leadership within the presence of fellow believers.  While not totally correct, another term often used to describe this status is a “license to preach”.  The source of confusion about these terms exists in the concept of the area of ministry in which a minister has been commissioned.  For example, many churches  may license a deacon for hospital visitations, but they are not necessarily granted opportunities to preach within their assembly because they are considered to be a “lay minister.”  

    In such instances, a person often has been given the title of a deacon (which American culture has come to embrace as permission for religious visitations).  Customarily, a church will give a deacon some form of paperwork, or letter of ordination as a means by which to identify him or herself as having been recognized by a religious group as being capable of performing religious rites.  Nevertheless, the difference between a deacon and a licensed minister is that the latter may in fact hold all of the permissions, responsibilities, and authority of an ordained minister.

    Who Needs a Minister License

    Determining whether a minister needs a license is not very difficult.  In fact, here we provide a brief outline of questions to help minsters make this determination.

    Does the Minister:

        * Plan to visit jails, hospitals, or nursing homes, etc.?

        * And/or do they plan to officiate weddings?

    If the answer is “yes” to any of the above, it is a good idea that they maintain a minister license of good standing with their organization.

    Regarding public service, it is almost certain that any minister entering a county jail will be asked for identification, and proof of certification in ministry.  The same is likely of a minister desiring access to an intensive care unit in a hospital, or even a nursing home. 

    Who can perform weddings? The laws change from State to State.  For example, Ohio requires minister registration.  There ministers must register with the State office in order to legally perform weddings.  They are required to fill out an Ohio minister license application (1), accompanied by original copies of their certificate of ordination and fellowship card (minister license) –signed by a representative of the religious society using their title.  They strictly forbid duplicaters of any sort.  All credential submissions must be verifiable, original copies.  Upon approval, the applicant is placed in their minister search database where they may be verified by the general public.  

    Ordination is the acknowledgment by a community of believers that a person has been called to ministry; accompanied by their commission to advance the cause of Christ. In our case, people ordained with the NLCOM / ACTS  are commissioned by a community of ministers.

    The root meaning of the term ordained minister:.

    In general as well as Biblical terms, the word “ordain” comes from the Greek word “diatassō” which means to “appoint”.

    In general as well as Biblical terms the word “minister” comes from the Greek word “diakoneō” which means to be a servant (in the strictest terms it means to wait upon tables).

    When the two words are combined, “ordained minister” – we get the definition “to appoint one to serve, or appointed servant”.

    Why is this important?  For two reasons:

    1) Because Jesus said:

    “he who is greatest among you shall be your servant. And whoever shall exalt himself shall be abased, and he who shall humble himself shall be exalted” (Mat 23:11-12 MKJV).

    The minister of our God is a servant and they should lead by serving, even as our Lord did when he washed His disciples feet.

    2) There are some who dispute over the qualifications of pastors, such as whether or not women should be allowed to be pastors.  We want only to briefly address this concern. 

    Notice that an appointed servant is not qualified by being a pastor, elder, deacon etc.  These positions are often expected to be filled by someone who has been “ordained”, but being ordained does not necessarily make someone a deacon.  For this reason there should be no disagreements over the ordination of men or women as long as they live a life consistent with Christian ethics and there is a call of Christian service on their lives to advance ministry.

    Who would have any objections to men or women being “appointed” as Christian “servants”?  No reasonable Christian would.  To do so is to deny that God wants all genders to serve Him. 

    For this reason we conclude that it is up to the independent churches/ministries to decide what their requirements are for serving among them.  It is not the position of the National Association of Christian Ministers to appoint women or men to any particular office such as pastors, deacons, etc.  It is our purpose to recognize ministers with ordination (appointed servants) so that they may legally, and independently pursue the convictions that God has placed on their hearts.

    Therefore, an ordained minister is a believer who have been appointed by a group of believers to act as a servant to humanity on behalf of God.

      

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  • 1. What does NLCOM Stand for?
     

    NLCOM stands for: New Life Christian Outreach & Ministry.

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  • 2. When was NLCOM Established?
     

    With the blessing and love of the Father, the Son and the Holy  Spirit. New Life C.O.M was birth in life on Nov. 2, 1999

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  • 3. What is New Life C.O.M Vision, Mission and Goals?
     

    Truly there is so much we would like to do as a ministry, but we acknowledge that we must follow the rules, and vision God has placed within our hearts and soul.

    God wants us to bring his name, his message, and his ministry to all nations (Matthew 28:18-20, Acts 1:8). Whether it's praying, giving, or going, we provide a number of strategic opportunities for people to get involved, finding their purpose in Christ through the mission and learn more about God's mission for the nations.

    Our Vision:

    "All the nations you have made will come and worship before you, Lord; they will bring glory to your name."  Psalm 86:9

    Our Mission:

    "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age." Matthew 28:18-20

    Everything we do has an aspect of fellowship, discipleship, Evangelism, growth in our faith-filled obedience to Christ and worship of God are purposed and measured in all we do.

    Our Purpose:

    In the nations, we believe in working directly in partnership with Godly Ministries for overall long term impact, unity in the larger body of Christ and the richness of cross-cultural relationships whenever possible.

    We will do our best to mobilize the people of God's Churches, Ministries, Outreach and etc.  mainly through the sending of short-term mission teams, Leadership, Pastors, Bishops, etc. that are well trained, led and launched in support of our ministries.  

    Our purpose is lead by the father God, and with our staffs, outreach  programs volunteers and the environments where we continually labor with urgency depending on God's power.  We are continually assessing our effectiveness and seek to work with excellence with many churches, ministries and christian programs.

    Our Goal

    1. Ongoing, we seek to keep the ministry informed and encouraged to pray for our partner nations and ministries through regular communication and leveraging corporate gatherings. .  We want people to gain a heart for the Lord and exercise their authority in Christ through prayer.  
    2. Ongoing, we proactively provide large, organized giving opportunities to advance God's work globally.  We want see a large percentage of people become God fearing, God loving and all God's purpose toward one another and within the community which they live..
    3. Ongoing, we want to mobilize the community as a whole from the young to the old to pray together, worship together, praise together, as well as work together in order to change the lives of many as well as begin to see the changes within ourselves.
    4. In tandem with our ministry partners, we seek to see large numbers of people submit their lives to Jesus, grow in their following of Christ and plant new churches within our targeted regions globally.  All of this while serving the needs of people, demonstrating that we are transformed, children of God. 
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  • 4. Top Reasons Ministers Choose Our Fellowship for Their Ordinations
     

    We sought to discover the top reasons ministers choose the Alliances for Christian Training & Servanthood  as well as New Life C.O.M for ministerial fellowship, online training, ordination and pastoral licensing. The following reasons were noted:

    The Presence of God

    The single most common testimony that we receive from our new members is that they were confirmed by God’s presents when they landed on our site. The presence of God is our single most valuable resource. We have no way of explaining why He chooses to dwell among us, other than we know that we are a fellowship of people who are hungry to know Him more, to walk in His Spirit, and to bring revival to every place we go.

    Our Reputation

    Recently, we were contacted by UACCMI (United Association of Christian Counseling & Chaplains Ministry International; because they were writing an article on the subject of staying focused during hard times.  They contacted the A.C.T.S / NLCOM because they wanted to include a faith perspective in the article! I am proclaiming this ministry news because it speaks volumes to all of the efforts that so many of you have contributed toward making our organization what it is today, and what it will become in the future.  I am convinced that we make God smile.  I want to personally thank each and every one of you for answering your call to ministry, and giving us your fellowship here.  May the joy of our hearts shout, “Come and listen to what He’s done.”

    The Calling Presence of the Lord
    The number one most shared testimony of our members is that the sensed the presence of the Lord while visiting our site.  It is by this that they knew that God was calling them to fellowship here.
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  • 1. Top Reasons Ministers Choose Our Fellowship for Their Ordinations
     

    We sought to discover the top reasons ministers choose the Alliances for Christian Training & Servanthood  as well as New Life C.O.M for ministerial fellowship, online training, ordination and pastoral licensing. The following reasons were noted:

    The Presence of God

    The single most common testimony that we receive from our new members is that they were confirmed by God’s presents when they landed on our site. The presence of God is our single most valuable resource. We have no way of explaining why He chooses to dwell among us, other than we know that we are a fellowship of people who are hungry to know Him more, to walk in His Spirit, and to bring revival to every place we go.

    Our Reputation

    Recently, we were contacted by UACCMI (United Association of Christian Counseling & Chaplains Ministry International; because they were writing an article on the subject of staying focused during hard times.  They contacted the A.C.T.S / NLCOM because they wanted to include a faith perspective in the article! I am proclaiming this ministry news because it speaks volumes to all of the efforts that so many of you have contributed toward making our organization what it is today, and what it will become in the future.  I am convinced that we make God smile.  I want to personally thank each and every one of you for answering your call to ministry, and giving us your fellowship here.  May the joy of our hearts shout, “Come and listen to what He’s done.”

    The Calling Presence of the Lord
    The number one most shared testimony of our members is that the sensed the presence of the Lord while visiting our site.  It is by this that they knew that God was calling them to fellowship here.
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  • 1. What do your outreach programs consist of?
     

    When working with NLCOM/A.C.T.S one of our main subject is developing outreach programs within the community. Each program is design to uplift, encourage, empower, and education those who desire to build that personal relationship with the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost.

    For example:

    1. Peoria Panthers Basketball team
    2. Men and women support groups
    3. Youth ministry or Youth music development programs.

    It is important that one realize that when being a part of our outreach program, we must be able to relate to each person, not allowing your personal feeling get in the way.

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  • 2. Do you have to be ordain or license by NLCOM/ACTS to be able to work within the outreach programs?
     

    We do perfer that you are connected with us one way or another, and if  possible, at least obtain a commission certification to ensure that those whom helping will see that you are a member of NLCOM/ACTS, and you have the same vision and goals as whole within the ministry.

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  • 3. By working with NLCOM/ACTS what do you consider to be important?
     

    Many individuals whom has work closely within our outreach program, education programs and even our spiritual support groups, has been able to use their cerfication as a means of obtaining employment in other areas. We have been blessed to see many of our volunteers, lay workers, and minister return back to school and obtain a higher education either in Christian Counseling or Social Work due to the fact how they gain experiences within our community outreach programs. So the benefit of working with us, is the fact and knowledge on how God continues to open up doors for the better, and how our recommendations continue to help individuals obtain employment or higher education for the future.

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  • 4. Are your outreach programs connect with other churches or ministries?
     

    Yes, we truly enjoy working with other ministries, churches and faith based organization to ensure a more unique and powerful outreach programs. For example: When we started working with "The League" which  is a community of believers who are serious about their personal relationship with Christ. The connection created a solid and creative of different benefits that support each member as either a Christian lay work or member. The program allowed each person the ability to share their personal evangelism stories, share prayer requests with other members, and the ability to view the impact of your personal sharing ministry in order to obtain positive feed back.

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  • 5. How do your outreach programs help our youth?
     

    Bringing their youth into the community and tradition of the faith is a primary concern for most congregations. It is a fact that our youth benefit from outreach programs that allow them to open up and share what is on their minds, being able to trust those whom are helping them overcome their struggles, allowing them to see a better future and how to build a solid future for themselves, without being worried about if they are going to end up in  prison or dead. 

    The adults who supervise and guide them serve as models, allowing children to form trusting relationships with adults. Each one of our youth programs offer enriching activities in which youth are recognized and supported as individuals. Religious programs allow youth to express their faith with peers who share similar values. In all cases, the programs provide youth with a safe place to socialize.

    For example our youth program called: "Grand Legacy" is a creative program that use the method the music industry, teach each individual the in's and outs of being a producers, singer, manager etc. Allowing our youth to use their talents increase's a brighter future and greater education for them.

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  • 1. How can one become a member or staff or NLCOM?
     

    It is without a doubt that in order to become a member or staff one must first apply on the site. One must be a part of the site for at least 6 month to become part of the staff, as for being a member,  you are member when you begin to work with toward the goal of understanding the will of God.

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  • 2. Can one become a member of NLCOM if they are a part of other ministry?
     

    That is between you and God. Our goal is to equip, empower, encourage and educate those who begin to walk the journey of Christ with us. If God place it upon your heart and soul to join us, the doors are open for you.

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  • 3. What are the advantages of becoming a staff member of NLCOM/ACTS?
     
    The advantages are that members are apt to be familiar with the congregation, committed to its mission, and used to working hard for the joy of serving God.
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  • 4. Do NLCOM/ACTS pay their staff members?
     

    We are no for profit organization. Our members are here because of the love of God, and we could pay you we would. But sadly we can not, all our staff members are volunteer works, ministers, layworkers etc.

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  • 5. What are the rules of being a staff member?
     
    A staff member is both a leader and an employee.You will advocate for your program area as part of the congregation’s larger mission, not necessarily for what you personally prefer.
    1. A staff member belongs to the staff team.
    2. Every staff member has a natural constituency, but must support unity within the staff as well.
    3. As a staff member of the congregation, you bring unique experience, knowledge, and enthusiasm to the staff.
    4. A staff member may be upgrade to a new position if need be.
    5. As a staff member you maybe required to oversee entire ministry segments, programs, support groups or ministry groups as well as  attending weekly staff meetings.
    6. We believe all staff members should bring forth a strong impact, clear visionary scope, and encouragement toward the ministry.
    7. Each of our staff members specialized in one field or many, with their set skills demands the quality work that they will produce.
    8. Accountability is a most, we desire our staff to have a open schedule when it comes to serving God.
    9. Each staff members has the knowledge, education,spiritual insight to build teams, develop spiritual connections with others, as well as help develop strong ministry as well.

    For more information concerning our staff please email Chairman Bishop Smith

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  • 6. What will I learn as becoming a Staff member for NLCOM/ACTS?
     
    1. The leader who preaches most Sundays is the primary influencer. Many pastors whom work with us will grant you the opportunities to preach or teach, one will learn how important it is to know the vision of said church, faith based, and the ability to share your thoughts.
    2. Leaders default into silos. Each staff member has their his or her own responsibility as part of the leadership, this will allow one to build upon training and passions. Job descriptions pigeonhole us into our ministry, our areas, our offices.
    3. The best staff members complement each other – while sometimes leading to honest disagreement. Staff who share the same spiritual gifts and passions may seldom argue, but they also miss the creative tension that God puts in a 1 Corinthians 12 church. Honest disagreement is not only expected, but also sometimes necessary for a church to succeed. 
    4. Growing to one day serve as Pastor or even build your own ministry, you first must learn how to follow before you begin to lead. Those who never served as a staff member or learn how to follow would be wise to recognize that you really can't understands another persona's role without first walking in his or her shoes.
    5. Communication matters, but it’s hard. For example, I wasn’t the pastor, but I still didn’t like being surprised by announcements on Sunday morning. That didn’t happen often . . . but, when I learned details only when other church members did, I found it hard to feel part of a leadership “team.” 
    6. Staff praying together is non-negotiable. I don't know how I can say this more clearly: no staff team can expect blessings apart from praying together. And, there’s a decided difference between praying perfunctory prayers at the beginning of a staff meeting and really praying together.
    7. It’s fun to serve with leaders who make work fun. Ministry can be exhausting and draining, especially when you have no place to turn for support. The best leaders I know push for excellence without taking themselves too seriously. Sometimes, a hearty laugh with a leader can help you move over the next mountain.
    8. It’s easier to be quiet than ask for a question. One must able to stand firm and believe in what he or she is doing. One must learn how to give support as well as accepting support. The wise senior leader will intentionally and proactively learn about his staff’s needs. 
    9. Staff members need and appreciate affirmation. It made my day when a church member thanked me for my service. That day was even better when the church’s senior leader did the same. 
    10. Godly leaders with a vision are easy to follow. Both, I believe, are important. Godliness without a vision can result in spirituality with no direction. A vision without godliness can lead to superficial growth lacking the blessing of God.  Give me a godly leader with a clear vision, though, and I’ll follow.
    11. Some people don’t make good staff members. I didn’t. I didn’t know how to rest in the second or third chair as a staff member. What seemed so inviting at first – serving in the church without bearing final responsibility – only re-fueled my desire to be a senior leader.
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  • 7. Do NLCOM/ACTS has a voting system for their staff or leaders?
     

    Yes no one person make all the decision. Our voting is broke down below:

    3 out 5 votes will either be Yea or Na

    The final decision is left up to either the Chairman of the Board or the CO Chairman of the Board after reviewing all the information that is given unto them.

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  • 1. What does TVO1IRadio Stand for?
     

    TVO1IRadio stand for The Voice of 1 God Inspirational Radio Broadcasting Network.

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  • 2. Who owns TVO1IRadio?
     

    TVO1IRadio is owned and operated under the love and grace of God. It is operated by the staff of NLCOM/A.C.T.S as well as Christian Radio Personality, Churches, and Ministries.

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  • 3. How was TVO1IRadio Developed?
     

    By the love, grace and leadership of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ whom given our beloved Bishop T. Smith the vision, the goal and passion to start evangelizing over the internet. In the progress of doing so, many individuals was requesting that post more shows, teaching and radio discussion.

    As time move forward, Bishop Smith  prayed about doing something that would bless and help everyone that tune in, God informed him that it was time to reach out to the mass's, so in the vision of doing so, he connected with his brother in Christ Bishop Shae Waters and build the Christian Radio Network TVO1IRadio.

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  • 4. How can someone find information concerning TVO1IRadio?
     

    There are many ways to obtain information concerning TVO1IRadio, but we perfer these for they will all you contact the staff at any given time:

    1. Email: tvo1radio@live.com
    2. Website: www.tvo1iradio.net
    3. By contacting staff or program director: muzicbox@outlook.com
    4. Postal Mail: TVO1IRadio Ministry Department: 1405 N.E. Perry Ave. Peoria, IL. 61603 1st. Floor.
    5. You can also contact us here at: info@nlcom.org
    6. Contact form on NLCOM or TVO1IRadio website
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  • 5. Can anyone broadcast on TVO1IRadio?
     

    No, In order to broadcast on TVO1IRadio one must agree to our statement of faith, be saved or become a born again Christian. We must agree to serve God and be humble in everyway.

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  • 6. Does TVO1IRadio has a Faith belief?
     

    Yes we follow the guidelines, faith base, vision and goals of NLCOM & A.C.T.S Ministry. We are truly a Christ Based and Faith Radio Network Ministry.

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