Grow in Grace uncovers that the grace we have been given by God is a delicacy best served with company. The sinful nature of our fellow man brings out our grace, mercy and love that ultimately brings praise to God. The author, Sinclair Ferguson is a Scottish theologian and was a minister in the Church […]
We just received word that Roosevelt Community Church of Phoenix, Arizona has agreed to support us financially. Praise God! This is the fourth church to agree to support us financially, and the second church from our recent Arizona trip. We met with Pastor Vermon and Pastor Bob on February 14th. These are two men centered on expanding God’s glory. They […]
Erin has landed in her destination in North Africa. She has sent the following update: Well, after much travel time yesterday, we finally found our way into the Capitol City. We slept about 5 hours last night, and are ready to take on the day. Today is a sightseeing day as the next flight out to where […]
Erin just boarded her flight headed to North Africa. She will be in North Africa for two weeks on a medical mission trip with 15 other doctors and nurses with Mission to the World. While there the team will run two temporary medical clinics and visit two orphanages. The goal is to share God’s love by […]
We just received word that Covenant Community Church of Scottsdale, Arizona has agreed to support us financially. Praise God! This is the third church to agree to support us financially, and the first church from our recent Arizona trip. We met with their Missions Committee on February 13th. What a nice group of people. They really seemed very […]
Mike Pettengill: New Blog Post: "Mike Preaches Missions In Fallbrook" The members and leadership of Grace were very receptive to Mik… https://t.co/jxDJkH5BZX
Mike Pettengill: It is by loving and serving other sinners how we show our adoration for Christ.
Mike Pettengill: “Of all things, guard against neglecting God in the secret place of prayer.” - William Wilberforce
Mike Pettengill: Being a Christian is about absolutely following Christ, not being moral. Good works do come from following Christ, but they are not ours.