The department of Church Ministries is positioned to serve, partner and network with local churches and ministries throughout the communities, rural areas and cities of Oklahoma. Church Ministries encompasses all adult ministry for the local church: discipleship, evangelism, small groups, marriage enrichment, men’s and women’s ministries, single and senior adult ministries.
Our goal is to help define healthy church life and partner to make the ministries of Oklahoma among men and women engaging and influential in their culture. Please find the following links as a more descriptive resource for the particular areas under church ministries.
The Oklahoma Men's Ministries department exists to assist men in their walk with the Lord. By helping men to have the Courage to begin and explore their relationship with the Lord, the Strength to develop the discipleship necessary to walk according to the Word and the Endurance to live a victorious life through the power of the Holy Spirit. As a result, we believe that their family, friends, churches, and future generation will be impacted as men fulfill their God-given purpose.
The Oklahoma Credentialed Women’s group consist of almost 23% of Oklahoma ministers. The purpose of this group is to equip women ministers to fulfill their ministry call. We have established six core values to grow healthy women ministers.
- Develop women through training and equipping
- Facilitate Encouragement
- Create a safe place for conversation and networking through focus groups
- Emphasis on minister first, gender second.
- Resource sharing
- Model of Women in Leadership
The District School of Ministry is a center for leadership development providing basic and continuing education for ministerial students, ministers, and Christian workers through interactive relational learning and practical experience in a vibrant spiritual atmosphere that provides spiritual formation in the life of each student. The school seeks to provide the student with the highest quality instruction and resources possible. The District School of Ministry uniquely combines home study, classroom instruction, the student’s relationship with a mentor, and active involvement in ministry.
The 461 Response network of Assemblies of God churches and districts is committed to helping to reach communities during times of trouble, according to their needs, and as the Lord provides.
461 Response training will prepare and qualify your church to respond before the critical incident occurs and will provide the organizational and structural resources needed to facilitate a proper, effective response after the event. After our training, not only will your church have an emergency preparedness plan, but your church will be prepared to respond as a Caring Community, Responding Community, and/ or Healing Community.