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.

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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

From Nigeria to the nations: How one teacher is touching the world

Elizabeth lives in southeastern Nigeria. Her passion for educating children led her to start a private preschool and primary school in her city. Elizabeth also has a heart for peoples of the world who have no access to the good news of Jesus. She has always known that God had a role for her to play in reaching the unreached, but did not feel called to be a cross-cultural goer in the conventional sense. How could she get actively involved in reaching those who have not heard of Jesus? When Elizabeth heard that Weave’s BIG Story Training would be held in her city, she registered all the teachers in her school. As they learned about discipling children in God’s mission, it was obvious to Elizabeth that she had found something she was looking for. What would this look like in her context? The next school term, she added some interesting programs to the school calendar. One of these was “Nations Day” where all the kids were asked to dress in the attire of other nations. Elizabeth chose to emphasize countries with high concentrations of unreached people groups. During class, the students were taught about these countries and asked to get attire. In the process, their parents were also introduced to these countries. Elizabeth went beyond introducing the students to customs of other cultures. She also explained that some people have committed their lives to telling these nations about Jesus. She then gave the students an assignment. They were asked to write letters to people who work in or among others cultures to tell other kids about Jesus. Of course,...

The harvest is ripe and ready among refugees in Germany

A new season of building relationships began for the CMM team in Germany as mobilizers, Shana and Brandi, sat in the candle-lit home of a young German woman named Mira.

Mira told them stories of refugees whom she was helping out of abusive relationships, sharing the gospel with, and spending hours investing and pouring into. Mira was clearly living a lifestyle that models Christ’s mandate to make disciples of all nations.

Making mobilization a lifestyle

“I’ve never led a Bible study. I’ve never been on a mission trip. I’ve never been baptized. I’ve never been a member of a church, and I’ve never approached an unreached person with the intent of sharing my faith. I’ve never talked with a stranger about God; I’ve never joined a worship team, and I’ve never joined a Christian organization outside of church—that is, until now.”

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