What is RMAI?

To provide an avenue of unity, strength, and fellowship between Rhema Bible Training Center graduates.

  • To assist RMAI members in the establishment of the ministry to which God has called them.
  • To recognize proven ministries in the Body of Christ through membership in Rhema Ministerial Association International as licensed or ordained ministers.
  • To provide a vehicle through which counsel is available to a member for the purpose of encouraging accuracy and soundness in doctrine, procedure, ethics, and conduct.
  • To provide a system whereby ministerial replacements and interim ministers for churches or ministries may be recommended and contacted.
  • To assist in producing strong, capable, and ethical ministerial leadership in the Body of Christ.
  • To provide current ministerial information to the RMAI membership.


  1. The applicant must be a minimum of 20 years of age.
  2. The applicant must be a Rhema Bible Training Center Zambia graduate.
  3. The applicant must adhere to the RMAI Tenets of Faith.
  4. The applicant must be engaged in active ministry (either full-time, part-time, or volunteer) in a qualifying ministry role such as: Pastor, Missionary, Itinerant
  5. The applicant, if pastoring, must be conducting official church services in a public facility (not in a home) and have an average attendance of 10 to be considered for licensing.
  6. The applicant, if itinerating, must have conducted meetings an average of once per month for the past three months, and must have an average of one meeting per month scheduled for the next three months.
  7. An annual renewal and fee are required by 31 March for RMAI credentials to remain current and valid. Any exceptions to the above requirements require a waiver from the RMAI Executive Administrative Board.

RMAI Fees:

  • Pay ZMK500 for application process (Non-refundable)
  • RMAI License renewal fee every March for all RMAI ordained pastors/ minister: ZMK200
  • Click here to download application form

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