Does CMI license individual ministers?
YES, as long as that minister is above reproach. The minister must also agree with CMI’s Tenets of Faith. There are two levels of credentials: Licensed and Ordained. The LICENSE level of credentials provides the minister with official ministerial recognition. The ORDINATION level of credentials is the highest level of recognition for a minister and can be applied for either after holding Licensed credentials with CMI for two years or if transferring Ordination credentials from another recognized denomination or organization.


Does CMI license and ordain women?
YES, we feel the field of ministry is open to women wherever God should lead and gift them.


Does CMI support licensing those who have been divorced?
CMI takes every case individually and the leadership makes a judgment objectively based on the Scriptures. Our desire is to see restoration of life and ministry. We currently do have ministers who have gone through divorce and hold credentials with CMI.


What does CMI offer to ministers?
CMI offers ministers a base for networking and fellowship among pastors, other Christian leaders, workers, and ministries around the globe. We offer a conduit to the field of missions and benevolence through the network of pastors and churches under our ministry covering.


What is CMI's vision?
Our philosophy of ministry is to lead people in the fulfillment of reaching the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ. We will seek to partner with people and ministries who share the same heart and vision.


"Our goal is to reach the nations with the Gospel, bring hope to the hopeless, equip the Body of Christ to grow in its relationship with Christ, and fulfill the Great Commission."


How is CMI achieving its vision?
CMI works through the network team of pastors, ministers and churches that fellowship with us around the globe. This involves church planting, church development and church motivation to missions. CMI is dedicated to raising up leaders and workers to fulfill the mandate to spread the Gospel to the uttermost parts of the world. We also help those who are less fortunate, especially children through our network of CALEB Centers.


What ministries are available through CMI?
CMI encourages its ministers and the various associated ministries to run with their own personal vision that God has given. However, as an organization, we maintain standard expectiations for ministry and growth and we are available to help facilitate ministries by sending or connecting ministers and/or ministry teams and to coordinate short-term missions. CMI also highlights the various ministries through regular reporting via newsletters, ministers’ meetings, conferences, or on our website.