Simply Mobilizing International
Simply Mobilising UK is part of an international movement founded by Max and Dorothy Chismon. It has its origins and its headquarters in the Philippines. Starting with Kairos course, the ministry has expanded to more than 80 countries worldwide and now offers multiple courses, all with the aim of mobilising God’s people to mission. For many Christians it has been a significant factor in the development of a biblical worldview and in understanding God’s heart for the nations. You will find more information at
For articles on the ministry of Mobilisation please visit Max Chismon’s Blog
UK Partner Organisations
Belfast Bible College
Belfast Bible College offers flexible, accessible and relevant programmes to equip Christians for faith, for church, for life… Undergraduate courses focus on the Bible, mission and ministry – an opportunity for further training for the Kairos graduate. For information on this and other courses go to
DNA is a unique Christian discipleship and leadership development programme, which promises to provide a life-altering “hot house” year through which you will be radically discipled in the context of church for a life of service to Jesus. Options include a Missions Track, where trainees spend 3 months serving in a cross-cultural context.
Global Connections is a network of over 300 UK churches and agencies with a passion for mission and working in countries all over the world. Christian Vocations is a ministry of Global Connections, providing resources and information for Christians exploring future options in life, work and service. This includes a fairly comprehensive listing of christian service opportunities in the UK and beyond.
Interserve’s vision is to see lives and communities transformed through encounter with Jesus Christ. Focusing particularly on the hard places in Asia and the Arab World, they work in holistic ministry and, where possible, in partnership with the local church. As well as recruiting people for the hard places, they offer helpful resources that equip today’s church for cross-cultural mission.
Mahabba helps everyday Christians to engage positively with Muslims right where they are. Its network of 40 local prayer groups around the UK provides opportunities to pray, increase understanding of Muslims and Islam, and become equipped to share Jesus with Muslims locally. To find out how you can be part of this network go to www.mahabbanetwork.com
Mission Agencies Partnership
MAP is a partnership of 45 mission agencies based in Northern Ireland and working together with the local church for greater effectiveness in “inspiring, mobilising and equipping people for mission”. As well as offering Kairos, MAP is ready to meet individual or church needs with tailor-made programmes, mission resources, advice and expertise, seminars and events to suit all ages.
WEC’s primary goal is to take the gospel to the least-evangelised peoples of the world. Listening to, serving and walking alongside local people, they aim to form disciples, expecting to see churches flourish in cultures where Christ is little known. This can involve many diverse ministries and activities, to suit local needs. Working in over 90 countries, WEC has many opportunities for service, both long- and short-term.
World Outreach International
With a strong focus on the least-reached, World Outreach International offers various resources and programmes designed to help prospective missionaries navigate the challenging path from home to mission field. They also have ministry opportunities among more than 90 people groups.