This is a short little book (104 pages) that was originally written in 1885 by John L. Nevius. Nevius was a seasoned, effective and groundbreaking missionary to China. This book was originally written as a pamphlet to instruct new missionaries in China. It was so insightful that some mission sending organizations, at the time, made […]
We just launched our website to all of our friends and family. We have received a great response and we couldn’t be more happy. Many people have dropped in to visit. It has been a great joy. Our website was designed by our dear friend Erik. He has volunteered his time and effort to advance […]
This morning Erin and I returned from Atlanta. We just spent the last week at Mission to the World (MTW) headquarters participating in Interview and Orientation (I&O). I&O is a training session for MTW missionaries. There were 20 great people there getting ready to head out on the mission field. It was very exciting to […]
Tonight Erin and I will board a flight for Atlanta. We will be at the Mission to the World (MTW) headquarters until November 17th. For a week we will be attending MTW’s Interview and Orientation (I&O). While at I&O we will receive a lot of helpful information about organizing the logistics of our missions efforts. Please pray […]
Tonight Erin works her last shift as a Nurse Manager at Sutter Memorial Hospital . This is a very significant event. This launches the financial and prayer support raising period of our missions effort. Erin and I are stepping out on faith, by quitting our jobs so that we can dedicate ourselves fulltime to support […]
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.