Walter & Jane Mutti
TCC Background: Jane & Walter Mutti have been serving the Lord for most of their married lives and have been supported by TCC since the late 1980’s.
Walter and Jane spent 14 years in Venezuela assisting in ministries that ranged from support work in the cities to tribal church planting in the Amazon jungle until the Venezuelan government forced all U.S. based Christian missionaries to leave the country.
Upon returning to the U.S., they were redirected by God to serve in New England and have established “Reaching New England for Christ”.
What is your ministry?
At this point we are serving New England by preaching and teaching. I am doing evangelist work plus discipling both believers and un-believers. Our ministry is to make disciples that make disciples.
What is your role in that ministry?
I (Walt) am an evangelist both sharing Christ, preaching in New England churches and discipling folks. Jane helps me in this, although she is more involved in the teaching aspects.
What religious groups do you serve?
We serve 70% un-churched cultural Christians, 25% atheists and the remaining 5% is a mix of all kinds.
What age groups do you serve?
All ages are welcome to be taught. We will share Christ with anyone that will listen.
What is the country and location of your ministry?
Mostly in New England, although God has opened up opportunities to share in various churches around our country.
What is the geographic area you serve? Here in New England.
Briefly describe your current ministry.
My primary ministry is evangelism and discipleship. I am involved anywhere that God opens the doors. In Prison, (MCI Concord) one on one men’s mentoring, home bible studies, marriage studies, conferences and seminars on evangelism and discipleship. Men’s and Woman’s conferences also.
I have been called to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to make disciples. That is what I am doing. I love it and pray that I will run the race finishing it with honor. I am seeing disciples growing in their faith bringing Glory to God. Amen and amen!
Tell us one brief story of how God is working in peoples’ lives through your ministry.
This is a difficult one. I have many great stories that God has blessed me with. • I think what I love most about the ministry that God has given to us is my freedom to stop and talk to people on the street without having to be controlled by the American clock. For example: I was talking to a young man that I met at the local general store. I asked him how he was doing, which led to a deep discussion on his failing marriage. We have since met together and it looks like God is doing a healing in his life.
- List the three specific goals you had for the past year and describe the degree to which they were reached
I still want to develop a website for this ministry. But time and ignorance has been a major roadblock.
This is now up and running. Praise the Lord.
Secondly, I would like to preach more at local churches.
My preaching schedule has been very busy. Thank you Lord for the many opportunities I’ve had to preach.
Please update your children’s (thru High School) activities, school / college plans, ages (birth dates), etc.
Jacob and Simon have now moved out; they need prayer for direction in life. They are awesome young men and I praise God for them. Pray for two godly little girls to come into their lives. 2015 – This prayer has been answered in part. Keep praying. Jacob got married this past year.
Our son Caleb is married living next door to us here in Mass. He graduated college with only a $20,000 college dept. Pray for that to be paid off, it is weighing on Jane and I.
Jane is still teaching Spanish at a local High school. Jane just finished her Master’s degree at Worcester State. PTL!
Thank you and God bless you. Blessings, Walt and Jane