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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if I qualify?
If you are the senior pastor of a church or lead an active para-church ministry, chances are you qualify. If the church or ministry you lead qualifies for a 501(c)3, you qualify for the Network. You can also qualify for the Network as a missionary.

I use my business to minister in the marketplace. Does this qualify?
Unfortunately, no. Our Network is not currently set up to support marketplace-style ministries.

How often do Network members hear from Randy Clark?
In addition to the Network meetings before each Voice of the Apostles and Voice of the Prophets, Randy makes time to host a Network-specific luncheon or dinner at U.S. conferences. We also hold Network-only webcasts where members can tune in to ask questions and submit prayer requests directly to Randy Clark, Tom Jones or other guests.

Does the Network provide ordination and licensure?
Yes. Licensure and ordination are available for qualifying Network members. Applicants must be in the Network for at least six months in order to apply for credentialing and are expected to maintain active membership with the Network. Members who leave the Network also lose their credentials.

Do I have to leave my current denomination?
Certainly not! We do ask you to identify who you are primarily accountable to.

Are speakers from ANGA available to minister in my church?
Tom Jones, as the Network Director, is available as his schedule permits. We have several Global Associates who are available to speak at your church or ministry. We also have Global School Awakening Teams available to minister at churches and ministries each spring. For more information, please contact our office.

I want to be under the covering of ANGA, but my church isn’t ready. What do you suggest?
Please check with our office. While individuals typically do not qualify for the Network, exceptions can sometimes be made.

I have a church and a ministry. Will my membership cover both?
Network membership will cover a single church or ministry. You would need to choose one or the other to join the Network, or submit applications and fees for both.