Tell us about your ministry activities and the name & location of your credentialing ministerial association. (Note: Please provide more than just the name of church/synagogue/ministry.)
I am Rev.Dr. Fraz Siddique, belong to Faisalabad, the Third Big industrial City of Pakistan. I accepted Lord Jesus Christ as my personal Savior in 2000, when I passed my high school. I would also like to share this great testimony that I was youngest trained and ordained Pastor of Pakistan. I was in 18 when I started serving to God. And Recently I was awarded with D.D (Honorary) Degree from renowned Institution, Interdenominational Seminary and Christian University, Pakistan. I am thankful to Lord for choosing me to glorify His name through my body and soul.
We are committed to work for Evangelism and Revival, Development and Restoration. We have vision to spread the Good News to all the nations’ world wide as well as to help them in developing communities.
We are registered Church and ministry with government of Pakistan.
What is your primary language?
How did you learn about the AOCI?
Are you a born-again Christian, Messianic Jew, Catholic, or other Christian classification/denomination?
If you are Christian, do you believe in the doctrine of the holy Trinity (God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit)?
As stated in our Statement of Faith, AOCI supports and stands with Israel as God's 'chosen people'. Do you agree with this Biblical doctrine?
If you have a website, please provide the URL here.
The AOCI exists as a fellowship of Spirit-filled Evangelical and Jewish Clergy for the purpose of: 1) Exalting God 2) Fellowshiping and 3) Divine Networking.
We do NOT advise, nor do we seek, to bring members out of their current denomination or ministerial association. We seek to have a platform to UNITE the Clergy of the world in ways that can benefit not only the Kingdom of God, but also the men and women who faithfully serve their communities, one another, and God.
If your language is not in the drop-down list above, click the "Translate" link for additional languages.