International Ministries

Become an Advocate for the Ministry in Zambia

November 13, 2015 Journal
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Become an Advocate for the Ministry in Zambia
I am actively seeking people to partner with the ministry God is calling me to in Zambia. By becoming an advocate, you can help to establish connections between people, churches, and this important, life-changing ministry. Your efforts can help me finish support-raising faster and, therefore, be commissioned for international ministry sooner!
What is an Advocate?
An advocate is someone who shares information about the ministry in Zambia with individuals, groups, or churches
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Why Advocate?
Because you believe that God is working through this ministry to positively transform lives and you want others to become involved with what is happening
How Does Advocacy Work?
You simply share about the ministry with people you know: friends, family, church members, co-workers, small group participants, Bible study members, social media connections, etc.

  • Talk about the ministry and how you became involved the next time you’re having coffee with a friend
  • Bring this bulletin insert to your church and ask for it to be included in the bulletin for a week or two or posted in a common location
  •  “Like” and “Share” posts from the Reason2Hope Facebook page
  • Give prayer cards to your workout buddies or members of your prayer group or place several of them in your church or other common space
  • Forward or post journal updates
  • Link to the ministry page from your church’s webpage or Facebook page
  • Host a dessert and show photos and distribute information to guests
  • Encourage other pastors or sister churches to support the ministry
  • Share this page with friends or church members and advocate together! 

Why is Advocacy Helpful?
Everyone has multiple people with whom they are connected. By sharing information about the ministry in Zambia with your network, the number of people who can be reached can grow exponentially with each person or church who joins the advocacy efforts

How Much Time Does Advocacy Take?
Advocating for the ministry can take as little as a few seconds, such as when you share a Facebook post, or a few hours, such as hosting an event to raise funds or provide information about the ministry. The amount of time it takes can be catered to how much or little time you would like to invest
Are There Any Materials To Help?
Yes! You can receive prayer cards, photos, and information packets, access journal updates, and more
Great! I’m in! Now What?
Thank you for being willing to advocate on behalf of this ministry! Just send me an email to let me know you’ll participate and include any questions you have!



Is this not the fast that I have chosen:
To loose the bonds of wickedness,
To undo the heavy burdens,
To let the oppressed go free,
And that you break every yoke?
Is it not to share your bread with the hungry,
And that you bring to your house the poor who are cast out;
When you see the naked, that you cover him,
And not hide yourself from your own flesh?

Isaiah 58:6-7, NKJV