A Word from Pastor (Papa) George

USA – All I want for Christmas is?, Dec 3, 2019

What a wonderful time of year when people begin to think about giving and helping others. Over 2,000 years ago, we were given a gift. A baby named Jesus. The gift was not unwrapped until He died on the Cross for the forgiveness of the sin of all mankind and we were given the opportunity to receive the gift of eternal life. Jesus spent His whole life on earth with an eternal perspective. This was not His home and it isn’t really ours when we accept Jesus and His promise. How much of our giving today has an eternal perspective? Jesus said, “Rejoice with Me; I have found My lost sheep.’ I tell you that in the same way there will be more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who do not need to repent.” We just received testimonies from 3 coordinators in Uganda, Burundi and the DRCongo. They coordinated 12 outreaches in November, 785 sheep came to the Shepherd and 150 have been baptized. What rejoicing! We have 6 coordinators in central Africa, El Salvador and Australia that are working to reach the lost in their areas and can reach even more if they have additional equipment. Please consider whether you would like to help them give the gift that truly keeps on giving.

   If you would like to make a donation, they can be made on line at www.myegiving/hvm or the “electronic giving” on the home page of the www.harvestvisionministries.org website or through PayPal to harvestvision21@msn.com or send to Harvest Vision Ministries, PO Box 733, Sedro Woolley, WA, 98284.


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USA – Four Corners Navajo Indian Reservation, Nov 20-26, 2019

Many thanks to John Seaman for joining George on this journey back to the Four Corners Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico and Arizona. The long 20 hour ride brought us to the homestead of our sister, Cecilia, and her son, Chris. Cecilia has had a vision to build a prayer house on this land for many years. We were blessed to be greeted with a mission team from the Native American Bible Ministries in Broken Bow, Oklahoma who had already started some work on the project, including building an outhouse. It was a great time of fellowship and the prayer house is being modified to include a home for Cecilia. We were blessed by spending special time with Cecilia and listen to her share about her journey of faith. We were also able to stop and visit John’s family in Apache Junction, Arizona on our drive down to Mexico. John was able to meet Miguel, Olivia and Yvann who coordinate the ministry in Mexico and we were able to visit the Centro de Suenos church family for a Tuesday night service. John was able to share his passion and love for music with the church family by playing one of his favorite worship songs. Olivia joined with us for the 29 hour snowy drive back to Washington where she will be visiting with us until December 9th. Many thanks to everyone that prays and supports Harvest Vision Ministries.      


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USA – El Salvador

   Many thanks to our brother, Noe Lara, who has been moved by the Holy Spirit to reach out to the lost in his native land of El Salvador. We are pleased to partner and co-labor with him as he over-sees the expanding of God’s kingdom in the land of his birth. He recently went on a mission there and reunited with Pastor Sergio Lopez, the man and pastor who had ministered to him when he was a teenager living there. Noe spent time with him and recognized the anointing that God has given to him to reach the lost and plant church families to disciple new believers. Noe was led to start a ministry partnership with Sergio and with the support of Harvest Vision Ministries will be providing the equipment needed to further the ministry. We are asking you to join with us in prayer and financial support for the expanding of God’s kingdom in this nation. For Sergio as he coordinates the ministry in El Salvador and for Noe as he serves as the liaison for us as his co-laborers in the harvest fields of El Salvador.  


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