Thanks for stopping by the website today! I have been a WELS Christian singer/songwriter for the past ten years and have had the opportunity to share my music and the story of God's faithfulness through Jesus all over the country. I have a heart for the 18-25 generation through my involvement over the past 8 years involved in campus ministry in Milwaukee and in my work as a meteorologist working with college students at UW-Milwaukee. This music/ministry has really found a voice through "Awake and Alive" becoming a response to my hope that we will see a stronger foundation in the journey with Jesus as we all pursue "Life to the full". By grace through faith, may we find it in our relationship with Christ!
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Mike will be leading a breakout session at this years Men of His Word Men's conference in Appleton, WI January 31st. Here is Mike's session information:
Who Will Help You Stand In the Storm? Mike Westendorf
At a time in our lives when we are trying to make a stand as independent young men, we often find ourselves facing some of life's greatest challenges. Poised with tremendous talent and opportunity, why is it that our late teens and twenties are often filled with some of our hardest and lowest valleys? Then as we get older, we often get the feeling that we're losing control over everything that matters to us. When "the day of evil comes," who will help us stand as men of God? What is the value of mentoring between college men and young professionals and the older guys? With a look at Ephesians 6, this session will explore the value and need for Christian community and mentorship between the generations.
"And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ and to know this love that surpasses knowledge—that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God." Ephesians 3:17-19