Mission Mobilizer Training Survey

Dear Mobilization Leader,

Your ministry and leadership in mobilization does not go unseen. We value what you do and want to support you in your role. One of the ways we can do this is by getting to know your current situation and needs. One of the specific areas we hope to learn from you is mobilizer training.


Therefore, Missio Nexus and the Center for Missionary Mobilization and Retention at Trinity Bible College & Graduate School are partnering to better understand the current state of training for mission mobilizers.

The goal of this survey is to provide a reality map of how those engaged in the North American mobilization arena are doing to set up their mobilizers for success. Data gleaned from this survey will help collaboratively build a much-needed set of best practices and resources to offer the broader North American mobilization community in our training of fruitful mobilizers.  Your participation is vital to help us reach this goal.

You are eligible to participate in this survey if you are leading a mobilization/recruiting team. This may be represented by different titles such as Mobilization Director, Onboard Director, Onboard Specialist, Church Partnership Director, or Mission Agency CEO, etc.

Thank you for taking the time to take this survey. It will no doubt make a significant contribution to the future of mobilizer training. Click here to take part in this survey today: Mission Mobilizer Training Survey

Blessings,

Michael and David

David P. Jacob, PhD (Cand.)
Intercultural Studies Department Chair
AGWM Missionary in Residence
Director of the Center for Missionary Mobilization and Retention (missionarymobilization.org)

Michael VanHuis
Vice President
Missio Nexus


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