We are thrilled to announce we have hired an Assistant Director for the MTW West Coast Office. Anthony English has been hired as the Assistant Director and will work full time with Mike and David Choi (Administrative Assistant) to raise up and train new missionaries for the nations. Anthony, his wife, and three sons are […]
March 12-16 Mike was in the MTW home office in Lawrenceville, GA. Mike attended the Launch, new missionary training. In the past, Mike has participated in this training as a missionary (twice) and also as a instructor (a dozen times). This time Mike attended the Launch training with an eye toward replicating the training for […]
Today most people know St. Patrick for green beer, banishing snakes from Ireland, using shamrocks to teach the Trinity, or his walking stick growing into a living tree. Indeed, none of these legends has anything to do with the real Patrick. However, the factual accounts of Patrick, missionary to Ireland, are even more compelling than […]
“O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth!” – Psalm 8:9 This psalm of David praises God’s creative works. This final verse is nearly a complete repetition of the first verse of the psalm. Beginning and ending the psalm with the majesty of God’s “name in all the earth” emphasizes […]
March 3-11 Mike spent parts of nine-days in Arizona talking missions and promoting our ministry. He stayed centrally located near downtown Phoenix, but traveled all over the state. During the trip Mike went as far north as Flagstaff and as far south as Sierra Vista (only a few miles from the Mexico boarder), covering over 330 […]
Mike Pettengill: Go forward in confidence. God selected you to do his great work and he knew your flaws and limitations before he selected you.
Mike Pettengill: “Christian life consists in faith and charity.” - Martin Luther
Mike Pettengill: New Blog Post: "Introducing Our New Assistant Director" Please pray for @lamont_english and his family as they tran… https://t.co/w2VCftT4N2
Mike Pettengill: We are all ripe for persecution and have done our best to earn God’s wrath. Thanks to God’s mercy we do not get what we deserve.