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What God Desires: The Story of the Center for Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief
     

What God Desires: The Story of the Center for Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief

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by Wendell E. Mettey
 

Reverend Wendell E. Mettey, Founder and President of Matthew 25: Ministries, chronicles his ongoing journey of faith, determination and vision in his sequel biography What God Desires. In What God Desires: The Story of the
Center for Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief, Reverend Mettey shares a candid account of the struggles and successes the ministry

Overview

Reverend Wendell E. Mettey, Founder and President of Matthew 25: Ministries, chronicles his ongoing journey of faith, determination and vision in his sequel biography What God Desires. In What God Desires: The Story of the
Center for Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief, Reverend Mettey shares a candid account of the struggles and successes the ministry experienced through a ten-year span. The book is a continuation of his inspirational account, Are Not My People Worthy?: The Story of Matthew 25: Ministries.

Continuing his calling to provide for the poor and needy, this minister from Cincinnati reached out to Southeast Asia after the tsunami of 2004 and to the victims on the Gulf Coast in the wake of hurricane Katrina in 2005. In a spirit of unwavering faith and dedication, Reverend Mettey inspired others to join in a wave of compassion to give food, water, supplies, clothes, and money to thousands in need.

This 116 page story told in 22 simple, compelling chapters, takes the reader on an amazing journey culminating in the purchase and renovation of the Center for Humanitarian Relief. Readers will be captivated by this hometown hero’s journey of faith and determination – a journey that reflects Reverend Mettey’s philosophy of life, “Nobody makes a greater mistake than he who does nothing because he could only do a little.”

"This is a truly inspirational story for all who want to change the world to the better. Wendell Mettey lifts our eyes from our self focused “wants” to reveal how God desires to work in our lives to help bring hope to those with true “needs”. John Goodwin, President – Global Snacks and Pet Care, Procter &Gamble

Now available in audiobook format!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044731929
Publisher:
Wendell E. Mettey
Publication date:
07/20/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
37,257
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Wendell Mettey grew up in Cincinnati, OH and has a Master’s Degree in Divinity from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Reverend Mettey has served as Pastor for several churches in the Cincinnati area. In 1991, after visiting war-torn Nicaragua and witnessing the poverty and devastation, he felt called by God to resign from his church and begin Matthew 25: Ministries. Reverend Mettey and his wife Mickey (Michelle) have three children; Tim, Clare and Aaron. Wendell and Mickey are also the proud grandparents of Ethan, Sydney, Olivia, Cora, Noel and Ashlyn. Reverend Mettey is the author of numerous devotional & inspirational publications. These include “Are Not My People Worthy? The Story of Matthew 25: Ministries” (released in 2004); “What God Desires The Story of the Center for Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief” (released in the 2008); “On Which Side of the Road Do the Flowers Grow?” (released in 2009), “Meet Those Who Met the Master” (released in 2012), and “Lost and Found, Stories of Christmas” (released in 2013). In addition to these books, Reverend Mettey has published several compilations of stories, sermons and reflections. All books now available in audiobook format! Download your copies from Amazon today! All books

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What God Desires: The Story of the Center for Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
bookchewingbunny More than 1 year ago
Very good book. I like the xtian values of it. Well written great editing as well. I highly recommend it
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