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
Today, most missionaries are sent from
the Western church and South Korea.
However, 80% of the evangelical church lives in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. They have great sending potential.
Imagine if the entire global church were
sending to the unreached!
From the blog
Unlikely faces: How young African women are reshaping cultural expectations for the sake of a greater calling
I first met Alice almost two years ago during my first visit to Kenya. We both were attending a missions conference and Alice sought me out during a tea break. I was struck by her kindness and tangible compassion.
We now sit across the table from one another on the terrace of the coffee shop we make a point to visit almost every time she is in town. She has just arrived via matatu (Kenya’s infamous public buses) and we are simply delighted to be together. I must confess I was all but falling out of my seat with the excitement of interviewing her.
Persecution is indeed ramping up unlike any time in recent history. Hardly a day goes by here in East Asia that we don’t hear of another local church, pastor, or foreign missionary running into difficulty with local authorities. Yet at the same time, CMM’s mobilization footprint is rapidly expanding in this great nation of 100 million believers. In spite of everything the enemy is using to hinder the spread of the Good News throughout the region, it is the local churches, pastors, and everyday believers who are being mobilized for God’s mission and making the most significant impacts like never before.
Lima, Peru has has become a city with great mission influence throughout Latin America. We are seeing mission momentum build through partnerships established in Lima that are now multiplying across the continent. God has opened doors for us to mobilize Christians into God’s mission in Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Honduras, and Cuba. We recently saw the eyes of many believers opened in Santiago, Chili, through an Xplore study hosted by a CMM partner described below.
An American pre-med student dives into a world of seeking God’s heart for the nations, welcoming internationals, and using her skills to advance the Gospel to the ends of the earth
It was Weave’s very first BIG Story Training in East Asia. We were escorted into a private building, where participants would stay for four days. If anyone left, it could put the entire group in danger. Despite the circumstances, the room of participants was not full of fear, but rather full of anticipation.
- We often envision how God might use students' lives once they graduate and become nurses, teachers, engineers, etc.… https://t.co/BlON6Qd8VM46 days ago
- A small group of Asian pastors journey into the mountains of some of the most unreached peoples in the world. https://t.co/gU3qE3Ie0t104 days ago
- Chinese believers go outside their comfort zone to learn more about the UPGs surrounding them https://t.co/uVvXscv1E5117 days ago