Great Commission Mobilizer Summit

MANI endorses the invitation extended to all to attend this Summit as cross-cultural mission mobilizers who would benefit from and contribute to the important discussions. We trust that your participation will bring much value to the mission mobilization movement in the body of Christ in your country, region and continent.

Reuben Ezemadu
Continental Coordinator, Movement for African National Initiatives (MANI)
On behalf of MANI Continental Leadership Team

Register Now!

The Great Commission Mobilizer Summit, January 18-22, 2015 in Chiang Mai, Thailand, is composed of 100-150 hand-picked, cross-cultural mission mobilizers from around the world committed to rousing the body of Christ to its great calling of prioritizing the great commission. They are from mission sending agencies, churches and denominations, campus ministry organizations and training environments. Opening ceremonies and registration begin the evening of January 18, and the main teaching sessions begin first thing on Monday (19th) morning.

Few gatherings exist for mobilizers across organizations, affiliations and streams in the body of Christ to dialogue about motivating principles of Scripture for our mobilization. We want to concern ourselves with core issues (both practical and spiritual) hindering the rousing of the body of Christ toward the fulfillment of the great commission. For more information and to nominate a mobilizer that should be part of this significant meeting, contact us.

Speakers Include:

  • • Reuben Ezemadu (MANI – Movement of African National Initiatives)
  • • David Lim (PMA – Philippines Mission Association)
  • • Ryan Shaw (SVM2 – Student Volunteer Movement 2)
  • • Mike Adegbile – (NEMA – Nigeria Evangelical Mission Association)
  • • Liz Adleta (Ethne)
  • • David Smithers (USA)
  • • and more…

Primary Topics for Consideration

  • • Motivating the Church to “Abandoned Devotion” To Jesus Producing Vision For the Great Commission
  • • Calling a “New Breed” of Message Bearers & What They Are Like
  • • Returning to Spirit-Empowered Mobilization and Cross-Cultural Ministry
  • • Grasping the Correlation Between Spiritual Awakening and Mission Mobilization
  • • Focusing Mobilization Efforts Toward Serving The Unengaged
  • • Directing Emphasis To Reproducing Church Planting Movements
  • • Promoting Greater Emphasis on the Prayer Movement for Global Harvest


Worship by Julio Vallejos

Julio and his wife are Argentines serving in India with a calling to train worship leaders to incorporate a heart for the nations into worship.


The schedule is now available for download here. Please note for your travel plans that registration begins the night of January 18. The Summit ends late on January 22, and therefore suggest flying out on January 23. Beyond teaching, the Summit includes activities such as: corporate intercession, discussion groups, Bible study groups, networking times, prayer room participation, and testimonies from participants.

Organizing Committee Includes:

  • • Ryan Shaw (Chair)
  • • Cheuk Chung Lau (Hong Kong)
  • • Mike Adegbile (Nigeria)
  • • David Lim (Philippines)
  • • Stanley Ow (Singapore)
  • • Stuart Oliver (Argentina)
  • • Andrias Pantauw

Registration Now Available!

The cost is just $40-$80 depending on your home country. All registration fees are non-refundable. Registration cost includes materials, coffee/tea breaks, lunch, and all sessions of the Summit.
Please register here.

Hotel Accommodation

All participants are responsible for their own housing. For those needing hotel accommodation, SVM2 has reserved a block of rooms for the Summit at the Noble Place Hotel for a discounted rate. This hotel has been chosen for its quality and location, within walking distance to Acts Church where the Summit sessions will be held. Superior and Deluxe rooms are 700 baht per night and can be booked on the internet at their homepage. These rooms can hold 2-3 persons and therefore further reducing the cost per person. This rate includes breakfast and airport transfer.


For those needing visas to attend the Summit, please email Rita. Additional information will be required for those seeking a visa. This process does take time so please allow plenty of lead time in requesting the visa.