We had a fantastic time at the Valentine's Winter Banquet. Guests enjoyed great music, fun, food, and fellowship. And of course, a photo booth. Check out all the fun pictures!
What a blast! We had over 1,000 people come through the Trunk-or-Treat and Carnival. Games, popcorn and cotton candy, costumes, and more! Take a look through the photo booth and event pictures!
Harvest Christian Church supports eight full-time missionary families—all of which our missions board keeps in touch with regularly.
What an exciting couple of weeks! Thanks to you, we've had multiple opportunities to be the hands and feet of Jesus, including another BIG ONE coming up.
This past weekend, Harvest hosted it's annual Harvest Carnival and Trunk-or-Treat event.
This past year was especially difficult for my family. There were many months in which we didn't know if and how we were going to pay our bills, feed our family, pay for my husband's multiple back surgeries...or even pay for then shoes my son needed.
It would have been easy to think... If we don't tithe this month...than we can pay off our hospital debt instead of having to make payments for a few more months...we can ... we need...we can...
Paul was absolutely making a sacrifice, and I would consider his act of driving across the country with me pretty grand, but what made the most lasting impression on me was that his decision to help was not much of a decision at all. It wasn’t second nature to him, it was first! In this way, he demonstrated the love of Jesus.
The question has been posed to us; “What is the church to do in a time like this?” The answer in this is the same in all situations – we have to turn to Jesus and Jesus alone. The root of much of this is a loss of love that Christ demonstrated and ultimately died for – the loss of love for each other and recognizing that each human is of great worth to our Savior because His death was for all men and all people even while they were still sinners.
While having a daily time of prayer is certainly not a bad thing, it is important to remember, like in any relationship, that our line of communication with God must always be open. To restrict the time in which we speak with our King to a strict schedule is to reduce our relationship with them from a personal and intimate friendship to a robotic correspondence, dictated by an arbitrary routine.
In prayer, God wants us to come before him as we are, however we are feeling. There is no need to hold back. Everything belongs: our nervousness; our aggression; the good and the bad; EVERYTHING. God can handle it! We do not need to fear being honest with God.