Register to affirm your connection with Church of God Ministries, an organization that seeks to fulfill God’s mission in the world: To make disciples of all nations.
Below is a list of our most Frequently Asked Questions:
Registration is a form of identity. When you register your church or your pastor, you are affirming your connection with Church of God Ministries. You are publicly acknowledging your connection to an organization that seeks to fulfill God’s mission in the world—to make disciples of all nations (Matt 28:18–20). When you choose to register your church and your pastor, you are joining a body of believers together, in unity, and boldly proclaiming that you will work together with the movement to fulfill this mission, this call to action.
Yes; failure to register, thus disassociating yourself with Church of God Ministries, means that you must have your own 501(c)(3) in order to send out annual tax contribution letters to your donors.
The credentialing bylaws state that failure to register for 2 or more years MAY RESULT in your state revoking your credentials. This decision is up to each state to enforce.
Church registration is $65. Minister registration is $40.
Retired ministers may register for free—thank you for your years of service!
To pay by credit or debit card, simply go to www.chog24-7.org and create your account, or to log on to your account if you have already created one. To pay by check, simply e-mail customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a paper registration form. If you need further assistance, please call customer service at 1-800-848-2464 and we will be more than happy to assist you in any way that we can.
To be fiscally responsible, we will only send these out upon request.
Yes, but we ask that you please be patient as we work to return all calls in a timely fashion.
- To begin or renew registration?
We no longer have registration deadlines as it is now a “rolling” registration good for 365 days.
- To be registered to have information printed in the bi-annual Yearbook?
If you wish to make sure that your information is printed in the Yearbook, you will want to make sure that your current registration is “ACTIVE” during the months of October–December, as the list will be pulled at some point in those months for the printer.
MasterCard, Visa, Discover, debit card or a check may accompany your paper registration.
No, you will need to request a paper registration and send it along with your check.
Again, with the new rolling registration, you just want to make sure that you always show an ACTIVE status, so there is really no “due date.” However, if you wish to appear in the annual Yearbook, you will want to make sure your current registration is ACTIVE during the months of October–December, as the ACTIVE list will be pulled at some point in those months for the publisher.
If you are currently “EXPIRED” you will be good for 365 days from date of renewal. If you are currently “ACTIVE” 365 days will be added on to the end, or date that you were set to expire.