Dream Big!


Hi, my name is Mike Mavity.  I’m an assistant pastor at Grace Capital Church in Pembroke, New Hampshire.  I have a passion for Jesus Christ and a passion to write about things that I wonder and ponder over.  Feel free to disagree with me and comment back.  I welcome good discussion.


7 responses

  1. Carol Hanscom

    Hi Mike and Crew,
    Glad to hear you all arrived safely, and fitting right in with worship at church. I’m not surprised. You are so right about what we have. Just imagine not having a front door on your house. I can’t.
    Blessings to all who travel with you.

    October 19, 2008 at 5:43 pm

  2. Michelle Doucette

    Hi Mike,

    Kathy sent me the link to your blog. When I got into work I opened it. I just want you to know I am very touched by the work you are doing. When I think back to the begining regarding you and Kathy I can’t help but smile. God truely is awsome, he’s an increditable writer of the strory of our lives.

    October 20, 2008 at 7:18 am

  3. George Collison

    Hi Mike, being a christian has been a long trip for me. When we were in school, I visited a few churches with friends, and maybe one ortwo people witnessed to me, but I wasn’t ready. I got saved while living in Calhoun,GA , and baptised in a baptist church. A couple of years later I got married and we were Baptists, until the politics and beliefs got to be too much. Now we are all Church of Christ. I am proud to say that me, my wife, and our 16year old daughter are all christians. I think it’s great that you are doing mission work, I have an aunt & uncle that are missionaries. I understand that the bible says to go and spred the word, but why africa?? There are a lot of people here in the US, that need it just as badly. I think that we spend too much time and money in other counrties, and not enough here at home, that’s why we are at war, now.

    October 28, 2008 at 8:10 am

  4. mavinator

    Hi George. I hear you and I’ve heard others echo the same comment. There are lots of folks here in the US who desperately need to hear the gospel of Jesus. God gives us all a passion. He gives me a passion for Rwanda and he gives someone else a passion for their hometown.

    Our church spends lots of time and energy in local outreach and in global outreach. We do try to spread the gospel to Jerusalem (our local town), Judea (the USA), Samaria and the ends of the earth.

    I would never expect anyone to have the same passion that I do and I respect those who have other passions and try to empower them to follow their own passion. The important thing for us is to do what God has called us to do as individuals.

    October 29, 2008 at 4:58 am

  5. Sue Densmore

    Hi, Mike –

    I started following you on Twitter because you’re local. Now I see you’re at Grace Capital! I am a member of Grace Community in Rochester, with whom you filled a truck for Katrina victims…

    Hope all’s well.

    Sue Densmore

    May 20, 2009 at 9:47 am

  6. suzannestock

    Hey there. I stumbled upon your blog today. Good stuff! I grew up in Lee, NH and am always looking to read well-written blogs from fellow Christians. (It’s definitely a noun!) Keep going strong!


    June 10, 2010 at 3:19 pm

  7. Danny

    As both a Christian and fellow Volunteer transplant to New England, I am glad that I (just) found your blog. I look forward to reading it from now on.

    April 7, 2012 at 11:09 pm

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