Question & Answer Text Line Responses

By Hans Rasmussen

As a means to answer questions that come up in your study of scripture or through our corporate study of the book of Deuteronomy, we have an anonymous text question line that we have provided for our church body during our Sunday gatherings. The questions below have been submitted via that process. We hope that the answers provided help bring some clarification to those questions. Thank you Mission Fellowship for being a people that desire to know the word of God and back up that desire with action. Our prayer as your leadership team is that we can continue to guide you in the ways of Jesus and answer questions as they arise from your own personal study time in God’s Word..

Hope, Again

By Alison Hattan

In the midst of a normal day, in a normal kitchen, a realization hits me. I’m struck by the fact that the past few months have been pretty good. To be sure, they’ve had their ups and downs, but there has been substantial progress in many ways. I realize that it’s the most at ease I’ve felt for a long stretch of time in quite a while. 

What I Learned from the Prodigal Son and His Father

By Alesia Gadach

“But while he was still a long way off, his father saw him and felt compassion and ran and embraced him and kissed him.”  Luke 15:20

Reading this from the Parable of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15 has always caused an unexplained prick in my heart and an unexpected sting of tears in my eyes.  Recently I’ve been on a journey of transformation that led me to study in depth this parable and I discovered why it affected me so deep in my heart.


By Alison Hattan

I find I’m always aiming for perfect.

Be it in the day-to-day activities I choose or the living out of grand ideas or the refining of my character.

I always want the best.

It’s being made more and more evident in this season, as I look back on past experiences and grapple with the reality of who I am now.

Clothed With Him

By Alison Hattan

“But put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make no provision for the flesh, to gratify its desires.” (Romans 13:14, ESV)

This sentence comes right after a verse about giving up sins.  

And I’m contemplating what it looks like to give up my sinful ways of thinking and replace it with the way Jesus thinks.  I’m wondering what it means to “put [him] on.”

Under The Broom Tree

By Kayla Johnson

When I think of the men and women God used in the Old Testament, I tend to think of them as being mighty and special, a bit like super-heroes.  They did incredible things.  Moses led the Israelites to the promised land.  David shot down Goliath with a sling and a stone.  Elijah called down fire from heaven.  Crazy, amazing things.

What Can God Do In The Small Things? Save A Life For Eternity.

One of the ways that Mission Fellowship stewards the provision God gives us through the church family is to help in whatever way we can when Jesus calls one of His children from within our church body to serve Him in a particular way.  Recently, the Mission family was able to assist one of our own, Susan Marthaller, as she stepped out in faith and traveled to Uganda with a group called Gospel Messengers.  Mission was able to assist with a small amount to help in the work that was done.  Below, you will see what the Lord taught Susan in her own words.  Thank you Mission family for your desire to give generously to the Lord's work.

It's The Little Things...

I recently came across this article posted on the Gospel Coalition Blog from Tim Keller, Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, New York.  I found it extremely insightful and convicting and hope that those of you in the Mission Fellowship family will read it with an open heart to hear from the Lord as well...