Frequently asked Questions
To whom are you accountable?
We are ordained with the Assemblies of God, accountable to and in good standing with the General Council of the Assemblies of God and with the Wisconsin/Northern Michigan District of the Assemblies of God.
How do you schedule services?
We are very flexible and accommodating. We can come for a Sunday only (Holy Spirit Sunday's are very common), or we can come for a Sunday through Wednesday, a Friday through Sunday or any other combination that would work for your church. We have ministered in both large and small churches - the size of your church doesn't matter to us. To schedule services you can call us at (920) 723-1024 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is your financial policy?
We come on a “love offering” basis. All we ask is that a seperate “love offering” be taken in each service that we minister in (unless other arrangements are made) and that we be provided housing and meals while we are with you.
What is your cancellation policy?
Most pastors plan their calendars many months in advance. For this reason, it is difficult for us to reschedule a cancelled meeting with less than three months notice.
What is your travel policy?
Unless other arrangements are made, we will travel by car to services in these states; Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee. These states are sixteen hours or less traveling time for us from our “home base” in southeastern Wisconsin.
What accomodations to you request?
We are very flexible and will accept any reasonable accommodation arrangement.
Does your ministry include music?
Beth has been gifted in the area of music - singing and playing the keyboard. In most of our services, Beth plays and sings an offertory during the "love offering" that is taken for the ministry and then plays and sings during the altar ministry. This enables the entire church (including the church's worship leaders and musicians) to participate in the altar services. It also is easier for us to flow together because we work together in services every week.