This web page is designed to assist all mature saints of God and also our supporters of whom we pray daily that they will become Holy Ghost filled members of Apostolic Ministries of America, Inc.; A Church of the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith". We are with hope that this page's content will be of some value to God's elect as they present their bodies, a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is their reasonable service. However, as ministers and teachers of the gospel we do realize that everyone does not have faith in abundance and because of that may not have the spiritual ability to wait on the Lord and let Him supply all of their needs. For this reason we have added content to this page that may be of additional benefit to you and your family. See AMA's Statement of Importance below.
A Statement of Importance
To Whom It May Concern; and to all members of the entire body of Apostolic Ministries of America, "A Church of the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith" over which Elder Charles Ford Walker is General Overseer:
This is to certify the fact, that it is not compulsory, and neither are any of the members compelled to practice the teachings of the bible in regard to the subjects mentioned herein, for the scriptures say the just shall live by his FAITH." Habakkuk 2:4. This is and always shall be the policy of Apostolic Ministries of America. "Do I now persuade men, or God?" Gal. 1:10.
No one is compelled to give up their life insurance when they come into the body. If they give it up, it is of their own accord, and they will be responsible for themselves in case of death. Apostolic Ministries of America is not responsible for their burial.
No one is compelled or asked to give their property over to Apostolic Ministries of America when they come into this body. If one does so it shall be of his own accord. And when given, all property shall be transferred to the Corporation, and not to the Overseer or Bishop(s). Any and all property bought or given shall be transferred to the Church Corporation, and shall not be owned by the Overseer or Bishop(s).
No one is compelled nor expected to give up any type of financial assistance which they may be receiving, when they come into this body. If they give it up of their own accord, then, they themselves, will be responsible, and let not the church be charged.
No one is compelled to abstain from medical treatments, medicine or receiving hospital care. It is left entirely to the individual to choose what they wish to do, according to the scriptures given above: "Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind," also, "Do I now persuade men, or God."