Community Safety Initiative

Our Mission

To protect and develop those precious in God’s eyes; those unable to protect themselves, to guard their well-being in the community, and to encourage their healthy development as future leaders in their community.

Our Vision

To help the at-risk or in need individuals to begin to know their value in God’s eyes. We aspire to activate, train, and equip community leaders to provide these individuals with the mentorship and support they need. Through this support the individuals can grow in God’s love and develop into healthy adults and future leaders in their communities.

CSI DW Updates

“Give justice to the weak and the fatherless; maintain the right of the afflicted and the destitute. Rescue the weak and the needy; deliver them from the hand of the wicked.”

The Restoration discipleship workbook is for individuals over 10 years old

The Hope discipleship workbook is for individuals under 10 years old.

How It Works

The Community Safety Initiative (CSI) is designed to screen and identify children and adults who are at-risk for social/emotional, physical, or sexual abuse. Our Mobilize Medical team comes to a community and asks a few simple questions of each individual, via a translator.

Our team is driven to come alongside community leaders around the world, equipping them with strategies to identify and minister to those whose safety is most at-risk and, from there, carry out the Great Commission.

Before we screen and identify individuals who need help, a community leader/pastor identifies “CSI Heroes” who will follow up with the at-risk or in need individuals. The CSI Heroes will mentor these individuals, and be support so they feel safe in their homes and communities.

Individuals will also have the opportunity to walk through a discipleship workbook on healing with their Hero. The CSI Heroes’ intention is to empower the individuals to reach their God-given potential.

Currently, the CSI discipleship workbooks are available in 4 languages – English, Spanish, Swahili, and Masai. If you would like more information on the Community Safety Initiative, please contact us!

CSI Training – Pastor Testimonial