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Minister Mobilization Centers Global Hub

The minister mobilization centers global hub

The Minister Mobilization Centers (MMCs) focus on raising revival through the multiplication and mobilization of Christian leaders. The MMC is a registered Soul Center of the Christian Leaders Alliance. The minister mobilization centers global hub is located in downtown Grand Rapids. This global hub mobilizes ministers in West Michigan and supports Minister Mobilization Centers worldwide.  MMCs are ministries of Christian Leaders to create reproducible ministry organizations.Minister Mobilization Centers Global Hub


The MMCs purpose is to serve grassroots Christian leaders and ministries seeking to revitalize Christianity locally and globally. The MMCs do this by identifying, training, and credentialing more Christian leaders to serve in churches, ministries, and other expressions of Christian service.

Minister Mobilization Centers Global Hub Strategy

MMCs have a three-part strategy for achieving their goals:

Partner with local churches and ministries.

The MMC partners with local churches and ministries to provide training and resources to MMC leaders. This training is designed to equip people with the skills and knowledge they need to be influential leaders and ministers in their churches and communities.

Offer minister credentialing programs.

MMCs offer minister credentialing programs that lead to minister credentials through the Christian Leaders Alliance (CLA). The ministry training is provided through the tuition-free courses of the Christian Leaders Institute. These programs are designed to help people called to ministry become licensed or ordained bi-vocational or vocational ministers.

Promote ecuministry licensing and ordination credentials.

The MMC promotes ecuministry ordination through Christian Leaders. Ministers ordained through Christian Leaders Alliance (CLA) can hold dual credentials. The minister can be licensed or ordained with CLA and also serve locally as a church member in an existing denomination or church.

Become a regional resource for soul centers that mobilize ministers.

Christian Leaders Alliance ministers serve in many capacities. These Minister Mobilization Centers will connect and encourage connections, partnerships, and collaborations.

The MMCs are currently implementing their strategy by:

  • Opening a downtown Grand Rapids location as an administrative hub.
  • Marketing the programs to potential participants through various channels, including online advertising, social media, and word-of-mouth.
  • Tracking the programs’ results to ensure they meet their goals.
  • Evaluating the programs to determine their effectiveness.
  • Adjusting the programs as needed based on the evaluation results.

The MMC believes that this strategy and plan have the potential to bring about a great spiritual awakening locally and globally.

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Poiema Ministry

The What: Poiema Ministries is a soul center gathering to offer FELLOWSHIP, which will endeavor to encourage relationships of brother to brother and sister to sister in order to encourage and challenge one another in our walk with Christ; while also providing the biblical call to encourage those who are deeper in the faith to serve as spiritual fathers and mothers to those who are new believers or pre-believers. We also seek to provide strong, biblical TEACHINGS so spiritual growth will occur, challenging each of us to move toward a deeper relationship with God, and a stronger reliance on the Holy Spirit for guidance in our daily walk. We also hope to be purveyors of RECOVERY and RESTORATION for the broken-hearted, as this was the very essence of the ministry of Christ on earth.

The Who: Who do we hope to reach with the What? Initially, there are three main populations we wish to target:

  1. The Nones – These are those who have had no church or Christian background in their lives. They may never enter a church service until they meet someone who will be the hands, feet and mouthpiece of Christ, helping them discover who He is as Savior and Lord. Our ministry will provide grace to woo them to Him, and truth to convict them of their need for Him.
  2. The Dones – The failures of organized Christianity have given rise to many who desire growth in their faith, but choose to practice it outside the traditional bounds of the local church. They need brothers and sisters in Christ who will answer the “one another” needs of their walk with Christ; “love one another”” “encourage one another”, etc.
  3. The “On the Runs” – While every community has those that fit in this category, a place like Traverse City has more than most. Traverse City is a strong tourist destination. This places a heavy burden on a large group of service workers for Sunday labor. Many cannot attend traditional church services due to their work week including weekends, especially in the summer months. Poiema Soul Center hopes to provide a place for those in need of spiritual connection who cannot attend traditional church services.
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Spring Lake Fellowship

This Spring Lake Michigan soul center fellowship is directed by Henry Reyenga, who is also the president of the Christian Leaders Alliance.

Henry married Pamela, and they have five children and 16 grandchildren. He graduated from Dordt College with a Philosophy Degree in 1983 and an MDiv from Calvin Seminary in 1987.

Pam and Henry have planted four churches and bi-vocationally co-founded Christian Leaders in 2001 with Rich and Helen DeVos and Ron and Cherry Parr.