Friday, January 30, 2015

January, 2015 :: Update from the Mission Field :: Nathan and Dawn Pietsch

Dear Friends and Family,
It is amazing the first month of the new year is at its close. Dawn and I spent the month of January in Oregon. Our season in Oregon is drawing to a rapid close. We have been able to do lots of ministry in the form of inner healing and deliverance. We minister to people from all walks of life, and with all sorts of emotional baggage. It can be difficult at times, but it is amazing to see the transformation in people's lives.
During January, we also got to attend a workshop called, Heart Change. In the picture below, Dawn wrote a word of encouragement surrounding her experience at Heart Change. We hope you enjoy it.
As full-time missionaries to the United States, we desire to stay true to the call we believe we have received. Our objectives as missionaries is to reach the lost on the streets and in the marketplace in the areas we travel. We accomplish this through evangelistic outreach. Our second objective is to train and equip other churches in evangelism. Our third objective is to conduct revival meetings and conferences.
Nathan and Dawn Pietsch
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By Dawn R. Pietsch

Need A Heart Change?

Nathan and I had the awesome opportunity of experiencing a workshop called, Heart Change. During this workshop we got in touch with our hearts, feelings, and emotions. This unique workshop was designed to bring up life’s issues, and then deal with them. All the traumas that we have stuffed deep inside, that were closed behind the locked doors of our soul, were all of a sudden wanting to come out!
We dealt with the issues by acknowledging them, not hiding them in shame or embarrassment, but by talking about and working through the issues. This released the trauma from deep inside, and then we were able to release those emotions to Jesus.
Jesus already bore every trauma, hurt, and painful thing when He died on the cross. We no longer need to live in spiritual, emotional, or physical pain. We need to release our burdens to Him, and receive what He did for us when He hung on the cross.
So, why not let Jesus have all your hurts and traumas? Jesus paid a horrible price for them with His own life. He took the punishment, so that we don't have to punish ourselves any longer. He did it all! Jesus wants us to release our burdens, wounds, and stressors to Him. In exchange for our junk, He will give us life, and life more abundant. (John 10:10.)

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