Mobilize Ministries™ Supports Short-Term Missions

Kick Off The “How Can They” Fund

You’ll be inspired by Rebecaa’s powerful testimony of journeying from being a Muslim refugee in an African war to a Christ follower thriving in her daily personal ministry through Mobilize Ministries. The Spheres of Influence film debuts the eve before Giving Tuesday 11/26 at 8:00 at Like page and turn on alerts!

How does it feel to be the answer to the Apostle Paul’s question that he posed out of his passion that this ministry, Mobilize Ministries™, shares with him in reaching the lost with the Good News of Jesus?:

“But how can they call on him to save them unless they believe in him? And how can they believe in him if they have never heard about him? And how can they hear about him unless someone tells them?” (Romans 10:14)
The question is “how can they”?
We are deeply thankful that you emphatically answer this question through your faithful longing to be mobilized in your personal ministry of expanding the Good News of Jesus and His Kingdom through your everyday existing spheres of influence.
A new tangible  way this ministry is going to answer this question Paul posed is through establishing the “How Can They” fund to support individuals’ short term ministry trips. In my early twenties, mission trips to the heart of the inner city of St. Louis, to the villages of Haiti, and to the streets of Rio De Janeiro transformed my heart to see people as Jesus sees people and to be moved with compassion.  This mobilized me to share the Good News of Jesus among my existing everyday spheres of influence; among my family, friends and co-workers.  In my 21 year ministry career, I’ve seen short term mission trips mobilize countless followers of Jesus to share Jesus among their spheres of influence where they are when they return.
I’ve also seen challenges in seeking support for these trips.
This ministry is launching our “How Can They Fund” to support short term missions.  Recipients will write a page on how they envision the trip to mobilize their personal ministry when they return in everyday life and they’ll share their testimony video about the trip and how this mobilized them to keep sharing Jesus upon return.  These videos will be streamed on and social media to encourage you and others in your personal ministry. The recipients will also launch a Mobilize Ministries™ Personal Ministry Community™ among their friends, who will agree to meet ongoing for a year in order to pray, process through and encourage one another in their daily personal ministry among their family, friends and co-workers! A portion of the Giving Tuesday and year-end campaign will go toward this critical endeavor for God’s Kingdom

Please mark your calendars. November 26 at 8:00 p.m. will be the debut

Kick Off The “How Can They” Fund

release for our Mobilize Ministries film, Spheres of Influence. Your heart will be blessed watching the mission of this ministry and the powerful testimonies of the lives changed and personal ministries mobilized through Mobilize Ministries™!  This is the evening before the nationally observed day, Giving Tuesday, known for giving to nonprofit endeavors.  This will kickoff Mobilize Ministries™ Giving Campaign to last through midnight New Years Eve so you can count the giving as 2018 tax deductible giving.  This campaign will go toward the “How Can They Fund” and the expansion of this ministry to Los Angeles / Hollywood, the city that influences the nation through entertainment.  Will you invite your family and friends to the debut release of this film in two ways?:

  1. They can like our Facebook page and turn on alerts so they’ll know when the film is up for viewing!
  1. The film will be available to view at the scheduled time at
Contact us or comment below with any thoughts or questions you may have. All giving (Giving Tuesday, year end and now) will go toward the “How Can They” Fund and Mobilize Ministries’ Hollywood / Los Angeles Expansion:

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