As long as the laborers are few, the Center for Mission Mobilization is committed to sending frontier mobilizers to raise up laborers from the global church

The mission field is becoming the

mission force.

Today, most missionaries are sent from
the Western church and South Korea.

Western and South Korean missionariesSouth Korean missionary

However, 80% of the evangelical church lives in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. They have great sending potential.

Latina believer ready for mission mobilization

Imagine if the entire global church were
sending to the unreached!

Mission mobilization leads to missionaries from the entire church

Together, we can raise up
more laborers for the harvest.

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From the blog

Ugandan mobilizer points more Africans to the unreached

Pastor Francis is a humble man who grew up in the same rural Ugandan village as his parents and grandparents. He is married with 5 children, but is a father to many more as the leader of an orphanage, school, and four churches. Two years ago, CMM Mobilizer John met Pastor Francis through one of our BIG Story Trainings. From that initial meeting blossomed a friendship that included many trips back and forth to Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania, meals at one another’s homes, culturally awkward moments, and lots of mobilization. After the first Xplore training in Uganda, Pastor Francis started training four key leaders and taking the training to other villages nearby. After a second Go Mobilize training led by CMM staff, he and his team returned to those same churches to begin training other mobilizers. He has trained Christians in many distant places far from his home, including western and northern Uganda and Tanzania. By God’s grace and with some basic training using one of our books, The God Ask, Pastor Francis has raised funds both in Uganda and from friends in the U.S. to attend trainings, host trainings, and even start a mission and mobilization ministry. He is also working on translating CMM resources into Luganda. He ultimately hopes to go to Eritrea as a missionary, but as his mobilization ministry has grown, he has felt led to stay in Uganda and keep mobilizing others to join him in obeying the Great Commission. Through his ministry, many people have come to Christ in three different countries, hundreds have become World Christians and mission supporters, and many new...

Local Chinese House Church Engages the Unreached

When Bri showed up to a university campus “English corner” one Friday night, she never anticipated the kind of connection that would come from this gathering. As a foreigner and native English speaker entering into a mass of eager Chinese college students, Bri prepared to be bombarded with questions. It was there that she met Cindy, a bright Chinese girl with impeccable English. As Cindy and Bri began talking, they quickly realized they were sisters in Christ. That was the simple and unexpected beginning of what has become a key mobilization partnership for our team in China. Cindy’s house church consists of a small but passionate group of young believers. Most of them are college students or young professionals, and many of them are first generation believers. As Bri began to invest in Cindy and visit the weekly meeting, she developed relationships with the pastor and others in the fellowship. The more Bri shared her vision and heart for China to be a sending force to the nations, the more people wanted to learn. She often heard them comment, “We are young and immature.” But as she gathered a group of them to study Xplore, they began to realize that joining God in spreading the gospel is a simple, yet profound path toward spiritual maturity that God invites all believers into. Last spring, our team led an Xplore study with the church leadership, and momentum for reaching the unreached continued to grow. Just weeks later, the church sent out their first cross-cultural missionary. On the day of the commissioning, CMM staff member Mark was able to preach on the...

2017 Year in Review

Greetings friends! We hope you will take a few moments to look through our 2017 Year in Review and read stories of how we have encountered God’s favor through your prayers and support this year. Although we aren’t able to feature a story from every staff member, we think you’ll enjoy reading how our teams around the world are helping ignite mission sending movements to the unreached from Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Our staff labor to raise up more missionaries from these regions who go to the unreached, more World Christians who send them, and more mobilizers who multiply the vision. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our ministry and helping us take the gospel to the unreached! —Steve Shadrach, Executive Director  Check out the...

Frontier Mobilizers Engage the Global Church

More than 2,000 years after Jesus commissioned His church to take the good news to the ends of the earth, the harvest is still great, and the laborers are still few. But we believe God is raising up a new generation of laborers to take his gospel to the unreached. Today, 80 percent of the evangelical church lives outside the West, in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. This powerful part of God’s church is surrounded by hundreds of millions of people with no access to the gospel. With fewer geographic, cultural, and linguistic barriers standing between them and the unreached, these believers are strategically poised to take the gospel to those who have never heard it. But right now, this 80 percent of God’s church sends less than 20 percent of the world’s missionaries. By God’s grace, the Center for Mission Mobilization is coming alongside the global church in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America to help God’s people reach their incredible potential to share the gospel with entire people groups across the world who are unreached. With frontier mobilization teams strategically located throughout these regions, we are helping disciple African, Asian, Arab, and Latino believers to engage with the unreached around them—and ultimately see indigenously led mission sending movements to the unreached. With over 3 billion people still unreached with the gospel, the task is too small to do alone. We believe it will take all of God’s people working together to reach all of God’s world. Pray with us to see more mobilizers in the global church, more mission sending movements to the unreached,...

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