Have you felt called to promote the cause of reaching the unreached?
Advocates represent AFM in their home church and, when given the opportunity, at neighboring churches by making brief presentations or giving updates on AFM‘s work among the unreached. Additionally, advocates occasionally help coordinate events or work in an AFM booth at events near them.
So, what does it take to be an AFM advocate? Similar to the general criteria outlined by the Apostle Paul in 1 Timothy 3:2, an advocate must be of good character and reputation. A reference from a pastor or head elder is required. Additionally, although we all get somewhat nervous when making a presentation in public, an advocate should feel comfortable speaking in front of a church congregation or similar group. Dont worry, we can provide some materials to get you going.