A Word from Pastor (Papa) George

USA – Making a difference, July 22, 2021

It started with a vision given to Pr. Charles
to build a Christian primary school in Kayunga, Uganda.

After many Muslims converted, the church building had to be expanded, leaving the small building. Plans were made and the Harvest Kids in the USA wanted to help. 

The response from the Muslim community was that if there was a school, they wanted their children to attend.

Charles asked the government to allow him to start the school in the old church building while constructing the school. They agreed on condition the building be refurbished and the actual school would be completed before the end of 2021.

The kids helped with the money to refurbish the building and purchase textbooks for the school that started June 6th, with 80 children, 35 from the Muslim neighbors.

The property was purchased, and the kids have raised the money with the help of the garage and produce sale to start the building and put on the roof.

The garage and produce sale will continue, Tue-Sat, 9am-5pm, through August at 9467 Pierce Lane, Sedro Woolley, WA to raise the remaining $4,200.

We would appreciate your support of these young people that are willing to make a difference to these vulnerable children on the other side of the globe.


USA – Today is the day of salvation, July 21, 2021

We are so thankful to have been given the opportunity to pray and financially support the spreading of the gospel around the world. 

We were blessed to send the funds to replace the broken sound equipment in the DRCongo and Burundi, purchase the property to start a new farming project that will provide support for the ongoing ministry in Uganda and provide support for the expansion of the kingdom in El Salvador. 

Whether it is providing filters to give the community clean water, sharing the new baby in the family, praising the Lord or preaching the gospel in Africa or being witness to one of the growing church families in Ciudad Arce outside of Santa Ana in El Salvador, we are thankful for the opportunity to stand with our co-laborers in these different countries.


USA – Blessing our co-laborers in Curlew & Chewelah, July 19, 2021

We are so thankful for our co-laborers in the Curlew/Republic communities and Chewelah/Colville communities in north Washington that are supporting local ministries that are working to reach the broken-hearted and crushed in spirit in these communities. 
Recently, the freezer that John and Lena use to store food quit working and we were blessed to provide a new one to keep the ministry going forward. John and Lena coordinate Harvest Vision Fellowship Curlew and Jarett and Brianna coordinate Harvest Vision Blue Creek in the Chewelah/Colville communities. 
Thanks to those that donated the food and clothes that we were able to take over to support local ministry leaders in those communities. Thanks to our co-laborers who loaned the truck and the trailer, helped load and for Noe dedicating the day to driving over. 
We left at 5am and drove to Newhalem before finding out the fires had closed the pass, so we had to divert to go through Wenatchee. That made the driving a total of 16 hours and allowed us only 2 hours to unload and visit with John and Lena. 
This was Noe’s first visit and we were able to see the farm and slaughterhouse that John and Lena will be over-seeing.
We also chatted with Jarett and were informed they will possibly get the loan approval this week to purchase the property to start their new coffee house ministry in downtown Colville.


USA – Harvest Kids cans, July 15, 2021

Many thanks to all those that donate aluminum cans to support the Harvest Kids and their mission to help meet the basic needs of vulnerable children in Africa.

Many of these children live in areas with no power, no clean water, no proper education (if any), no or limited medical help and poverty.

What a blessing to arrive at the recycling company with 280# of cans and be greeted by one of our faithful supporters, Leo, and he was so proud to show me that he was wearing his Harvest Vision Ministries t-shirt.

He has been one of the champions for the work these young people are doing to make a difference.

That $70 will be put into the hands of the Master (Jesus) to continue to love on these children, locally and in Africa.