Building up the British Israel Church Of God
Those applying for ordination for BICOG, should have a clear agenda, of why they are choosing Pastorship
of the church, not just for novelty reasons.
There are many online churches or ministries, where they can do this, ie, ULC (Universal Life Church etc) Seeking ordination of BICOG, otherwise,
should not be allowed.
Those choosing to join BICOG, as ministers, should determine how they can
help in the work of BICOG, if they do not have an active congregation. They should give clear indications.
Pastor And President of BICOG, Peter Salemi, is busy with the message, via, Radio, video, and the written word, and is instrumental in conveying the word. Pastors, should not expect the pastor and president, to wholly support the church.
Ordained pastors, should be actively engaged, in helping promote BICOG, in
helping spreading the good news of Jesus Christ, and the kingdom of God.
1) Ministers with admin skills, should help in organizing the church, and engaging with other ministers, to build up the work.
2) Ministers with financial skills, should look at ways of developing
funding means of helping building up the work.
3) Ministers with IT skills, can contribute, designing , Church Charters, ID
Cards, Letters Of Good Standing, and other Church documents.
4) Ministers with law experience, and statutory business or community
experience should look at ways of developing, documents that may help BICOG,
become more established alongside more established COG's like, UCG, LCG.
This Church BICOG, could well become more established with the pro active
approach of the ordained pastorate. Otherwise, it will remain a
website only of Peter Salemi's messages and videos and audio output. This
is not what Peter envisaged when setting up BICOG.
Please remember, we are a spiritual organism of Gods Church though
scattered, we can become a more powerful vessel for God's work in these
WE NEED TO MOVE FORWARD QUICKLY, AND GET ESTABLISHED ALONGSIDE OTHER
CHURCHES OF GOD, WE CAN DO THIS.. (Chris Oliver).