Mobilising leaders to engage in missions

SIM teams across Southeast Asia relate with local churches and church leaders, and plant new churches where there are none. God is calling us to further mobilise leaders in each country to join in reaching those still living and dying without Christ. Our leader mobilisation ministry has five goals: 

  • To widen networks and deepen relationship with Christian leaders in the region.
  • To engage and equip Christian leaders in how they can raise resources in their contexts and countries.
  • To encourage leadership and management training for local leaders, so that they come to know the Purpose and Vision of SIM, which is to share Christ's love in communities where He is least known.
  • To raise all types of capital, including intellectual, social, human, and financial capital. 
  • To raise awareness among local leaders that engagement is long-term. Perseverance and patience are essential for sustainability.

Come and Serve

Prayers

1

Pray for the Lord to bring forward local Christian leaders in Continental and Southeast Asia, so that we can engage effectively in each society.

2

Pray for wisdom for the team as they network and relate to diverse leaders in diverse contexts. Pray for insight as they navigate cultures, social structures, and relationships with other organisations.


Stories about this ministry

Meeting the needs of migrants in Malaysia

In the case of Malaysia, the Lower House of Parliament in a 2015 session revealed a figure of 2.7 million registered migrants in the country.

New missions Centre carries SIM Philippines into new era

The time intensive plants take tending and patience, finally yielding a crop many years after planting. So it goes with ministry to minority religious groups in the Philippines.

Empowering indigenous people to worship through the arts

Filipino Christians find unique cultural avenues for expressing their faith

Crossing barriers to Filipinos

Ibrahim, a former Filipino Muslim, and his wife Mae are crossing cultural and religious barriers in Mindanao to support Islamic communities and the people who serve them. Through local arts, storytelling and the House of Barnabas retreat centre they are hoping to introduce Muslim Filipinos to the prophet Isa (Jesus).

20 years later, God finds Pradip in Nepal

When Pradip* was a young boy growing up in Eastern Nepal, he found a Hindi Bible. Even though it was not in his native language, he was able to read through the whole book and see the love of Jesus.

Trading death for life

His name is Adam, and he was a witch doctor.

Meeting the needs of migrants in Malaysia

In the case of Malaysia, the Lower House of Parliament in a 2015 session revealed a figure of 2.7 million registered migrants in the country.

New missions Centre carries SIM Philippines into new era

The time intensive plants take tending and patience, finally yielding a crop many years after planting. So it goes with ministry to minority religious groups in the Philippines.

Empowering indigenous people to worship through the arts

Filipino Christians find unique cultural avenues for expressing their faith

Crossing barriers to Filipinos

Ibrahim, a former Filipino Muslim, and his wife Mae are crossing cultural and religious barriers in Mindanao to support Islamic communities and the people who serve them. Through local arts, storytelling and the House of Barnabas retreat centre they are hoping to introduce Muslim Filipinos to the prophet Isa (Jesus).

20 years later, God finds Pradip in Nepal

When Pradip* was a young boy growing up in Eastern Nepal, he found a Hindi Bible. Even though it was not in his native language, he was able to read through the whole book and see the love of Jesus.

Trading death for life

His name is Adam, and he was a witch doctor.