This past weekend Mike made the 24-hour trip from San Francisco to Siem Reap, Cambodia. During this week Mike is joining 130 other MTW missionaries, national partners and staff at a week-long missionary leadership conference. The purpose of the meeting is to gather together the Team Leaders of MTW’s mission teams from all over the […]
The remainder of our furlough will be spent on the west coast visiting churches in Arizona, California, Washington and Utah. We will be very busy during the remainder of our furlough and will not be able to schedule private meetings. We’d love to see you. Here is a partial list of our scheduled visits for […]
A guest post by R. C. Sproul Note: This is an imperative topic for every disciple of Christ to understand. Indeed, if the answer is YES, missions is important. That’s one of the most emotionally laden questions that a Christian can ever be asked. Nothing is more terrifying or more awful to contemplate than that […]
For the first time ever everyone in our family is in college, all three of us at the same time. Maddy started John Brown University three weeks ago. She is currently taking 14 units toward a Graphic Design degree. She is having a great time and learning lots. Erin is taking classes through the Loma […]
Don’t worry, Mike is not in heaven, he spent this past weekend in California sharing our ministry with pastors and churches. Following an all day drive from Phoenix to Sacramento Mike had a nice long meal with Pastor Lewis of our home church, Soaring Oaks Presbyterian Church. This was the first meeting for the two. […]
Mike Pettengill: In Singapore for a 5 hour layover. On my way home after a great @mtwglobal leadership conference in Cambodia.
Mike Pettengill: Checking in at the airport in Cambodia. Leaving the @mtwglobal leadership conference. Only 37 hours until I see my beautiful wife.
Mike Pettengill: The call to missions has more to do with the condition of our heart than it does the location of our feet.
Mike Pettengill: “If you live gladly to make others glad in God, your life will be hard, your risks will be high, and your joy will be full.” - John Piper