There is a potential “dark side” to missions mobilization. Sometimes missions mobilizers have resorted to Guilt, Shame, Fear and Need tactics to try to motivate people to step up into their roles in the Great Commission. In addition missions, mobilizers have sometimes slipped into a posture of judging the real or perceived lacks of missions engagement in the Body of Christ. In this video soundbite, we suggest that missions motivation fueled by judgment will not produce good results and that it is possible to mobilize from a motivation of love. What could life-giving, love-motivated missions mobilization look like?

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