Arizona II – Day 7 of 10

Two days, two churches, two meals. Today and yesterday we had two different churches host dinners for us.   Thursday evening members of Phoenix United Reformed Church hosted a bar-b-q for us. This church is already a supporter of ours. They wanted to have several families join us for a time of friendship, food and fellowship. This was a […]

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Arizona II – Day 5 of 10

Today Mike met with the Director of Missions for Catalina Foothills Church of Tucson.  Catalina Foothills supports 23 missionaries who serve in a variety of places around the world. This was a great meeting. We were able to pray for each other and share details about our respective ministries.   This congregation is very active in church […]

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Pastor Vermon at Roosevelt Community Church

Arizona II – Day 2 of 10

Today we worshiped at Roosevelt Community Church in the morning and Phoenix United Reformed Church in the evening. Both churches are already supporting us financially and through prayer.   At Roosevelt, Pastor Vermon Pierre introduced us during service, asked us to talk about Honduras and then prayed for us. After church we went out to lunch with […]

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Pettengills at the California/Arizona state line

Arizona II – Day 1 of 10

For the next 10 days we are taking a spin through Arizona to visit some of the churches that are supporting us and visiting a couple more churches that are not yet supporting us.   Our supporting churches that we will be visiting are:   Roosevelt Community Church Phoenix United Reformed Church Covenant Community Church […]

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Life Together by Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Book Review: Life Together

Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a German pastor, theologian, and was involved in plots to assassinate Adolf Hitler during World War II. He was arrested by the Nazis in 1943, imprisoned, and ultimately hanged in 1945.   This book was completed in 1938 while Bonhoeffer taught at an underground German seminary. It was published in 1939 under the […]

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