Who we are and our history
Keith and Lorri MacGregor originated MacGregor Ministries in 1979 offering biblical help in the defense of the Christian faith.
In June 2007 MM Outreach Inc was incorporated in Canada and in January 2008 MM Outreach was created as a charity work to carry on the ministry work in the USA. MacGregor Ministries was closed out in 2008 as a Canadian charity as the new Canadian and USA ministries took over the work. In the Spring of 2011 Keith and Lorri MacGregor resigned from our ministry boards and retired to the west coast of Canada.
The purposes of our ministry are to teach, preach, foster and promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the use of all forms of media including radio, television and the printed word; to provide religious and spiritual Christian counseling to persons and groups of persons in an interdenominational setting; to cooperate and contract with other religious groups and organizations to promote and teach Christian doctrine and principles; to produce and print religious material for distribution to the general public and to produce and distribute religious radio and television program material for broadcast and home use.
We believe if you have the right Jesus Christ, you are right for all eternity. But if you have the wrong Jesus Christ then you are wrong for all eternity.
Richard and Cheryl Schatz
Media Ministries Outreach
We are Richard and Cheryl Schatz, a Christian couple living in British Columbia, Canada who have been actively involved in ministering to former Jehovah's Witnesses. We have never been Jehovah's Witnesses ourselves, but we have a great deal of love and compassion especially for Jehovah's Witnesses who are contemplating leaving the Watchtower.
Since 1988 we have operated a recorded message for Jehovah's Witnesses that has seen over 83,000 phone calls up to March 2003. We have also had the privilege of leading a support group for former Jehovah's Witnesses since 1988. The support group has helped us to understand the dilemma of Jehovah's Witnesses when they come to realize that there is something not quite right with the Watchtower organization.
It is difficult for Jehovah's Witnesses to leave their family and friends behind when they come out of the Watchtower Society. It is also very difficult to sort out doctrinal issues that would allow them to feel comfortable enough to attend a Christian Church.
The purpose of our web site (jwinfoline.com) is to present Christian doctrine in a way that will allow Jehovah's Witnesses to better understand the Christian faith and how the Watchtower has indoctrinated their followers to be prejudiced against Christians and historic Christian doctrine. It is to this end that this web site is dedicated.
Our second website deals with a broader range of cults. You can view it at mmoutreach.org.
Richard and Cheryl
What we believe, our Statement of Faith
Our outreach to the lost.
What We Hold To
What We Reject
The Purpose of our Ministry