Coaches develop Key Volunteers through the MAWL process so they can develop others to grow the movement on a campus and transition well.
Key Volunteers are the backbone of the Catalytic Campus ministry. They run the movement on their campus. Through building the movement, growing the leadership, and introducing people to Jesus, they impact the Kingdom of God
What is MAWL?
MAWL stands for Model, Assist, Watch, and Leave.
MAWL helps define if we are heading towards a movement or if we are heading towards a ministry.
Globally Vision: Movements everywhere, connecting everyone to someone who truly follows Jesus. We have defined a movement as God working through a team of like-hearted disciples to Connect, Build and Send towards the fulfilment of the Great Commission.
A healthy movement is a growing movement. A place for new leaders to emerge, be trained and take on the challenge of building the movement themselves. Jesus’ earthly ministry only lasted about three years before the disciples took over. Paul rarely stayed long in one place, simply planting the church, training some key leaders, and moving on. Of course, he then coached them via letters and the occasional visit, but no one church he planted was solely dependent on him. Building movements is God’s work, and God loves to grow his people through the challenge of servant leadership. No KV is irreplaceable, and no movement is dependent on anyone KV. So Multiply! Find those Faithful, Available, Teachable, & Obedient disciples of Jesus who you can train to continue your work, and then move on to do the same again. In every sphere of influence in your life. To the end of your days!