This new resource is taking families on a missional journey together. We live in a world of competing values and clamoring voices. Our family schedules are filled with what feels like important things and, in an era of history unlike any before, we wonder how to...
Elise wants to introduce a new narrative, a broader lens as to what single women are capable of, especially with regard to mission work. She craves to offer new perspectives and fresh ways of thinking about the role of single women in the church and on the mission field. With her example and legacy, she hopes to reshape the expectations that have been placed on Christian women in the African context.
Seventy to eighty percent of families are living paycheck to paycheck with no game plan in sight. One of the areas we coach people through is in giving; particularly kingdom giving. The average believer gives one to two percent of their income towards kingdom causes. Most people desire to be more generous but they need a plan.
Mobilizers are those who channel key resources, training, and vision for world evangelization to the Body of Christ. It has been said, that to improperly appreciate and support the role of the mobilizer is to seriously hinder the functions of the goer, sender, and welcomer.
Mission cannot exist without people. Mission cannot be sustained without people. People cannot sustain mission without care. The success of mobilization movements depends on the quality of the people stewarding that movement.
The idea of parents and their children serving together in God’s mission is seldom addressed, yet families are the basic unit of all societies and God has always worked through generations of families to bless the nations. Weave wanted to create a study that affirms the important role of families in God’s story and encourages families to join with God in reaching the nations, especially those without access to the gospel.
Jesus commanded “go make disciples of all nations…”
But how can we actually live out his words? How do we model his love and compassion in our everyday lives? How do we reach those who haven’t heard of Jesus from where we live, work, and play? How do we welcome those who are so different from us? Are we even willing to try?
No one could have imagined all the change that would come in 2020. The Covid-19 pandemic swept across the world and brought many people’s jobs, projects and ministries to a standstill. Churches closed. Mission workers were confined to their homes. Cities were locked down. Life came to a standstill. And yet, God was using this crisis to build new momentum among believers in Pakistan.
Fatima and her family needed help with almost everything. Their needs were far too much for Lydia alone to shoulder. Rebekah saw why mobilizing the people in their local church was going to be important. It was critical that everyone in their church community, not just Lydia, see the unreached people God had put before them and begin welcoming them.