MTTNs logo depicts a worker standing on top of the earth with a sickle in his hand reaping the harvest which are souls for Christ.
MTTNs name depicts what the Lord said this Christian organization should be called, “Missionaries To The Nations.”
Our slogan “Outreach To the Unreach” depicts were the majority of our labor is carried out in various localities and countries where the average person does not go such as the African bush, indigenous villages, dilapidated schools and orphanages, ghetto, open field churches, mountainous regions, and locally refugee communities.
Although the majority of our work is abroad, when we are not traveling overseas, we are always sending financial support and humanitarian aid abroad, as well as continuing in prayer while conducting local missions here to refugee communities.
Explanation of what a Sickle is—a curved blade of flint or metal used to cut stalks of grain; also considered among the oldest tools known by humans. Biblical texts often used the sickle symbolically to speak of coming judgement. And another angel came out of the temple crying with a loud voice to Him who sat on the cloud, Thrust in your sickle and reap, for the time has come for you to reap, for the harvest of the earth is ripe. Revelation 14:15 used the analogy of Christ reaping the harvest of mankind at the great judgement.
God’s missions to the nations started in the book of Genesis. After the tower of Babel, God scattered the people of the earth into nations and languages. Then God began to work His plan nation by nation and family by family. Jesus who was sent to earth to reveal the Father; to glorify Him; to bring the kingdom of God on earth; and to make God’s love and mercy known to a lost world. He came to seek and save the lost. His mission was also inclusive. The message of salvation was to be shared with all people everywhere. We at MTTN do not choose when, where, and how. The Holy Spirit chooses for us because He is our guide who was sent here by Jesus. The messianic harvest is already in process and time is of the utmost importance.
Help is always needed to accomplish God’s mission on earth. When the call is made, who will really go to the outreach. Isaiah 6:8 says, Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying; whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then I said, Here am I! Send me. We chose to say what Isaiah said, send me. Will you say the same? Apostles, prophets, pastors, evangelists, teachers, missionaries, ministers, and believers. God uses ordinary people with a willing heart.
St. Matthew 9:37-38. Then He said to his disciples, The harvest truly is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest.
Mission Team from left to right: Missionary Bob Smith, Elder Anthony Parris, Missionary Jo Ann W. Smith, Apostle Zebedee Sheppard, Pastor Parasenia Correa, Deacon Johnny Faison, and Apostle Perry Ashford (rear)