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People are not perfect.  And, since ministries are comprised of people, ministries are not perfect either.  And yet, the Bible says in James chapter 3 that an "overseer" or "bishop" must be "blameless" or "above reproach"  How can someone or a ministry be held to such a high standard?  That's where the ECFA can help.

Click here to learn more about the ECFA's standards


(Photo of Dan Busby, President of ECFA)