Mobilization Station

Does your heart beat for the worldwide Kingdom of God while remaining in your home country? Do you wish there were more who understood your heart’s cry or do you wish there was more you could do from home? There is—and it’s a vital role!

Become a mobilizer for the global cause of Christ. Be the one who opens eyes to the work going on around the world—be the one who causes movement to happen: people beginning to fulfill not only their local calls, but their global calls as well!

A mobilizer is a person who in essence pours the gasoline of awareness into the lawnmowers that are otherwise resting idly.  They pull the trigger and watch as the natural reactions begin to take place.  And bam: another one has been mobilized.

Here are simple ways that you can begin to awaken people’s interests to what God is doing around the world:

Share why you’ve connected with this vision to others. Your testimony about it will be a powerful influence in others’ motivation to get involved.

Share the documentary “Mission Japan: Mission Impossible?” with others. Tip: to be more influential, like, comment and interact with those who comment! Your audience and impact will grow as a result.

Host a “Japan” night (or another if you like) with food or activities from that culture—as well as updates and prayer for the people– maybe skype us in!

Sign up and read the Alvarados’ newsletters and share info with others. People often forget if the info isn’t there in front of them!

Join a Care Team and encourage others to join a care team. It’s a great way to help a missionary accomplish the work that needs to be done, all from home! It goes a long way to supporting their longevity.  Check out this essential book.

Blog about all of these experiences and watch how God uses you!


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