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    • Good day to you Elder Mooney. I have close friends here in California named Al and Joyce Mooney. He owns a machine shop and lots of cars and Al sings like a bird. Joyce serves on our Love Share program that brings church to shut INS every Monday morning.

  2. Hi, I am Chaplain Sgt. Paula Tolefree..

    • Chaplain Tolefree, it is an honor to know you and I can’t thank you enough for your service to our Country and Lord God.
      Peace be with you and be safe always !

      • It is also a honor to know you as my leader.

  3. Hi, I’m Chaplain Casey Walker, humbly serving our Lord with joy.

  4. Michigan enjoyed a beautiful Gathering celebration on Saturday, April 28. 7 NACM members received consecration and 29 in total made it for worship fellowship. I’m truly blessed to be a member of this fellowship. God bless you so much brother’s and sister’s ❤️

  5. Hello, all! What a glorious day!

  6. God is good, God is great

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  12. greetings everyone from western Maryland

  13. I am waiting to see the what final outcome will be for TN and New York on the issue of NACM being able to perform weddings.

    I did see an article that TN does not accept ordination from online sites that “Solely Charges a Fee” for ordination. NACM does not charge a fee. It also requires yearly renewal of fellowship.

    What does TN require under the statement, “care for souls”? I have Bible cases in Mexico minister to dying people. I am curious on what the final work will be on NACM in New York and TN.

    The government of Mexico does the Marriage license. But in Mexico, one must be ordained to preach a funeral, do a baptism, or give the Lords Supper.
    ( This is because of its Roman Catholic history)

    As I live in Mexico, the question of validly may be challenged. I have obtained the Ohio certificates of Ministers to prove if needed in Mexico this ordination is accepted in the United States.

    Please update as any information regarding TN or NY as it is known. Thanks

    • Tennessee: (a) (1) All regular ministers, preachers, pastors, priests, rabbis and other spiritual leaders of every religious belief, more than eighteen (18) years of age, having the care of souls, and all members of the county legislative bodies, county mayors, judges, chancellors, former chancellors and former judges of this state, former county executives or county mayors of this state, former members of quarterly county courts or county commissions, the governor, the speaker of the senate and former speakers of the senate, the speaker of the house of representatives and former speakers of the house of representatives, the county clerk of each county, former county clerks of this state who occupied the office of county clerk on or after July 1, 2014, and the mayor of any municipality in the state may solemnize the rite of matrimony. For the purposes of this section, the several judges of the United States courts, including United States magistrates and United States bankruptcy judges, who are citizens of Tennessee are deemed to be judges of this state. The amendments to this section by Acts 1987, ch. 336, which applied provisions of this section to certain former judges, do not apply to any judge who has been convicted of a felony or who has been removed from office.

      (2) In order to solemnize the rite of matrimony, any such minister, preacher, pastor, priest, rabbi or other spiritual leader must be ordained or otherwise designated in conformity with the customs of a church, temple or other religious group or organization; and such customs must provide for such ordination or designation by a considered, deliberate, and responsible act.

    • Regarding the City of NY, see details here:

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