Ordained License Request


What is the Difference Between Licensed and Ordained

What is an Ordained License?

While some may find this topic confusing, we believe there is a simple answer.  A licensed individual is a member of the clergy who is considered to be in “good standing” with a professional ministerial association, 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 Pastor , Elder , Rev or minister  license are common descriptions of the status where a minister has been given religious recognition (by faith) to conduct spiritual leadership within the presence of fellow believers.

To learn more about getting your license go to the contact page and request information about becoming part of the VISION Organization of Churches