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OUR MISSION: WE MOBILIZE MISSIONAL LIVING! (FILM)

Be blessed viewing Mobilize Ministries™’ mission to mobilize the expansion of the Good News of Jesus and His Kingdom through everyday spheres of influence. You’ll also be touched by a few of many testimonials in the film.  

Click to see how we serve you, your friendships, your small group,  your church and their small group ministry. HERE is our mission and how we mobilize disciples, small groups and churches. HERE is the practice missional living guide Jesus gives, which is how we equip.

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3 Marriage Missional Living Goals

Having a vision is common in the business world and in life coaching, but vision is also a must in marriage. Since marriage is a covenant that God created, we are to have awesome Christ-centered vision for our marriage. “Where there is no vision, the people perish…” (Proverbs 29:18a) Soon after Marissa and I began dating, I shared with her part of my vision for our relationship. The longer we were together, the more I shared. This is the three part vision that God gave me for my relationship with Marissa and she caught the vision and is living it out with me:

1. We are a team to mobilize missional living including our future children.

The Great Commission starts in the home. “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19, 20)  [tweetable author=”@toddlollar”]  Jesus actually started where he was!  He did not go far to invite twelve fisherman to follow Him and He did his first miracle for his family! [/tweetable]

2.  We are more effective together in advancing the Gospel of Jesus Christ than we are individually.

I knew I knew that I knew Marissa and I would be more powerful for Jesus together than apart! “Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up. Also, if two lie down together, they will keep warm. But how can one keep warm alone? Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.” Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 NIV

3. I will present Marissa as holy and blameless to God.

[tweetable author= @toddlollar] It’s clear that family is there first sphere of your missional life because your marriage represents the Good News of Jesus! [/tweetable] “Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her to make her holy, cleansing her by the washing with water through the word, and to present her to himself as a radiant church, without stain or wrinkle or any other blemish, but holy and blameless.” Ephesians 5: 25-26

What vision has God given you for your marriage or future marriage? Post it below- we would love to read it and continue the conversation.

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3 Extinguishers to Caring for Someone


Here’s a description of God’s missional life from the Apostle Peter’s letter, “he cares for you.” (1 Peter 5:7) In today’s disconnected culture people face the feeling of not being cared for In 2020, the shutdown was mandated and no one felt cared for. People faced life alone.  There was not much pastoral care from the Church. Let’s model to others God’s care for them, You are God’s hand and feet. Often people feel God’s care through your care for them. Sometimes realizing what is not caring reveals to us how to truly care for people in our lives. Here are three extinguishers to caring for someone in your daily existing spheres of influence that.

1. Do not give them what is most precious resource and asset, your time.

Ever since the beginning of time, human’s time is the most valuable asset. No one can run from stewarding time. You either steward it selfishly or you steward it for God. Giving your time intentionally among your daily spheres of influence is to steward your time for God.  When we launched our ministry tour that ministered to 3,000 hearts in 2022, Gateway Church founder, Pastor Robert Morris prayed over us. He is a worldwide known preacher with a total of 100,000 weekly attenders who listen to him. He also gave time to endorse my book Weak Is The New Strong. Pastor Morris deeply showed me how much he cares for me by giving me his time.

2. Fiddle with your phone whenever you are with them. 

Imagine you’re going into the office of someone you’ve been wanting to meet with for a long time. The whole time this person looks at his desktop computer, answers phone calls, listens to music and watches the big screen tv in his/her office. I hope this next sentence is sobering for you. This is what you do when you meet someone with your phone out. Your phone does all these things described in this office. So, one look at your phone shows the person you are with that your phone and what you are looking at on your phone is more important to them. Replicate God’s presence in your life by truly being with the one you are with and have no distractions. This week, start a habit of not getting out your phone when you are with you are with your spouse, children, friend, co-worker and strangers you meet. 

Replicate God’s presence in your life by truly being with the one you are with and have no distractions. – @toddlollar

3. Let daily tasks take priority over people.

As a pioneer, traveling speaker and author, i listen to a lot of leadership and influencer podcasts so i’ve heard plethora of training on task management and how to tackle your to do list in the most efficient way.   I’ve heard not enough  podcasts on how to put people first. If you want to thrive in your missional life prioritize people over your tasks. Your children, spouse and friends will not remember how much you’ve gotten done in your life. They’ll remember your intentionality on making every moment with them memorable.  Look at Jesus. His daily mission prioritized people. Jesus proclaimed, “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost.”

What practical steps are you going to take this week to show people you deeply care for them modeling the care Jesus gives you? Comment below. We are praying for you to become a monthly giver to this expanding ministry. Click, become a monthly giver and receive a thank you gift of the book, Weak Is The New Strong: God’s Perfect Power In You.

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