The advent season begins on Sunday, December 3rd and ends on Christmas Eve. This year the advent season is 22-days long. Celebrating advent is a way Christians can set aside a little time each day to re-focus our hearts on the birth of Jesus Christ. Too often in our busy Western lives, Christmas becomes about gifts, parties, ski […]
Tuesday and Wednesday our Hub Assistant, David, and I met with Peggy in Long Beach for training and planning sessions. Peggy is our primary contact and advocate in the MTW home office. She flew out from Atlanta to help get us up to speed and help us focus on the future. Peggy trained David and […]
“This day the Lord will deliver you into my hand, and I will strike you down and cut off your head. And I will give the dead bodies of the host of the Philistines this day to the birds of the air and to the wild beasts of the earth, that all the earth may […]
From Thursday through Sunday Mike and Erin attended the MTW Global Missions Conference in Dallas, TX. This once every three-years event attracted over 2,000 attendees. The keynote speakers were Kevin DeYoung and Dr. Michael Oh. There were 91 exhibitor booths and 95 breakout seminars. This was a great opportunity to recruit missionaries, learn about missions, […]
THE BIG ANNOUNCEMENT IS HERE!!! They’re ba-ack. Do you remember the 2015 MTW West Coast Missions Conference in San Diego, CA? Mark your calendar, ’cause we’re doin’ it again. The next MTW West Coast Missions Conference will be April 27 & 28, 2018 in Fullerton, CA at New Life Church. Save the date and plan […]
Mike Pettengill: When sharing the gospel with strangers the words start in God’s heart and travel from your mouth. Have confidence in God’s work.
Mike Pettengill: “Evangelism is eclipsing discipleship because of fear and self-centeredness.” - Reddit Andrews
Mike Pettengill: New Blog Post: "Advent Begins In 2-Weeks – Are You Ready?" Advent begins on December 3rd. Do you have an advent dev… https://t.co/9glRNGFM4p
Mike Pettengill: Giving a coat or a sandwich to the destitute is like giving a piece of the new heart you have been given from Christ.