If you are still looking for a last minute Christmas gift for friends or family take a look at Erin’s missions book, Termites Ate My Couch: True Stories Of A Missionary Nurse. Erin’s book consists of true stories from our 10-years of experience as missionaries serving in Central America and Central Africa. So many people […]
Mike has been traveling extensively throughout the region. In the past week he has had meetings with pastors, and missionary candidates in Phoenix, Los Angels, and San Diego. Lots of miles and lots of meetings. He has put thousands of miles on the road and spent lots of time at coffee shops in meetings. We […]
Southern California is in the middle of fire season. The dry west-bound winds, coming off the desert (the Santa Anna winds) have dried out vegetation and dropped humidity (in some locations) bellow 10%. This has resulted in six major fires within an hour and a half of our apartment. Thursday, two new fires erupted that […]
“And your servant is in the midst of your people whom you have chosen, a great people, too many to be numbered or counted for multitude. Give your servant therefore an understanding mind to govern your people, that I may discern between good and evil, for who is able to govern this your great people?” […]
While our West Coast Hub is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), our missions efforts through MTW are not simply limited to PCA churches and congregants. When working with 2-week missionaries and interns Mike is free to work with Christians of most any denomination. When working with longer term missionaries their church affiliation […]
Mike Pettengill: New Blog Post: "Last Minute Christmas Gift" A great missions book for your last minute Christmas shopping. https://t.co/0SbW63IvKn
Mike Pettengill: Other religions focus on a pilgrimage we have to take to serve God. Christianity is about a pilgrimage God took to serve us.
Mike Pettengill: “God will only give you what you would have asked for if you knew everything he knows” - Tim Keller
Mike Pettengill: The core of grace is not that we obtain salvation & didn’t earn it. The core of grace is that we obtain salvation & earned the opposite.