How do you become an ordained Baptist minister?


To become an ordained Baptist minister, one has to be licensed and ordained into service. They are licensed after making their calling known to their local church. A man must publicly declare to his local church body that he has been called by God to serve in the gospel ministry. Baptist churches use scripture from the New Testament as qualification detail for their ministers in ordination ceremonies. The ceremony recognizes a man's worthiness to enter a ministerial vocation. This ceremony is symbolic and is not supernaturally empowering.
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How to Become an Ordained Baptist Minister
The Baptist sect of Christianity--whether part of the Southern Baptist Convention or the Baptist World Alliance--recognizes its churches as autonomous entities, free to choose their leaders based on a variety of characteristics and accomplishments,... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
To become an ordained Baptist minister, you need to fulfill certain requirements which include; playing a roll at a local church, being mentored by a pastor, going to a Bible college and then going to a seminary. You also need to work at the church as an intern or minister's assistant to gain additional experience in church leadership. You then need to apply for an open minister position at a Baptist church and keep interacting with the congregation and other leaders.
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