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"For just as each of us has one body with many members, and these members do not all have the same function, so in Christ we, though many, form one body, and each member belongs to all the others." 

Romans 12:4-5


Members freely determine their unique arrangements with other members and freely decide the type of covenant between them. Covenants can be verbal using a handshake, or written using a napkin, sticky note, a member's own form or an ACMA template listed below. Whatever arrangement is agreed upon, all covenants between members fall under the jurisdiction of the ACMA and any civil dispute that arises will be mediated in accordance with the terms of the ACMA Membership Covenant.


The ACMA templates below can be customized to meet the needs of the members and include recommended questions that should be discussed as part of every covenant process. When a template is used between members it is automatically, electronically filed with the ACMA upon submission of the form. This will help us understand the original intention of the covenant. It is the responsibility of the member to keep records of all other covenants in the case that mediation is necessary.  

If you need help with a covenant or you have any questions about your covenant, please contact​.


If you would like to request a background report for yourself to provide to members or if a member has requested one before they make a covenant with you, we have provided a link to Protect My Ministry. This link is for your convenience only. This organization is not an ACMA member, nor do we receive referral compensation from them. Members can freely choose any company to use for this purpose.  

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