The General Conference of the Church of God (Seventh Day) has created the North American Ministerial Council as the organization of its ministers. A part of the assignment given to the Ministerial Council is to establish standards and qualifications for the ministry of the Church of God (Seventh Day), and to issue and regulate ministerial documents.
The Church of God (Seventh Day) holds that everyone who has accepted God’s plan of salvation, provided through His Son, Jesus Christ, which includes accepting His shed blood for the remission of sins and being baptized, has the responsibility to share this plan with unconverted non-believers.
We also hold that Christ, who is the head of the Church, calls some church members to perform a greater public ministry.
We further believe that when a man is assured that he has been called of God to be a ministering servant, and positive evidence of this can be seen by others in the Church, that it behooves the membership to encourage him to pursue his calling.