What is Mobilization?
Every year, a group of passionate, young leaders graduate from college, equipped with training from Campus Outreach Greenville and excited to engage in God’s work in the world. We are asking God to send out graduates who will “continue in the things [they've] learned and become convinced of” (2 Tim. 3:14). Mobilization means, “the allocation of significant and valuable resources toward a specific and pressing goal,” and we want to see our students mobilized for the glory of God and the advance of the gospel.
John 15:16 says, “You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you so that you might go and bear fruit–fruit that will last.” The effectiveness of our ministry is measured not in the few years that students are involved in our ministry while they are in college but in the way that those students are actively engaged in advancing God’s kingdom both in their own hearts and in the lives of others five, fifteen, and twenty-five years after they graduate. Our mission is to build laborers for the world, the world beyond the campus.
We have set up mobilization opportunities and partnerships which are designed to help college graduates commit to gospel-centered community, learn from godly mentors, and be on mission with Christ.