Harvest City Missions ‑ “Global Focus” ‑
Donna West, City Kidz, Regina, SK
Glen & Julie Povey, Morning Star Ministries, Regina, SK
Stan & Mary Klassen work with international students at the University of Regina.
Doug & Kim Paradise have served for many years in Vietnam, Cambodia, Nepal and elsewhere in Southeast Asia.
P.B. Thomas, LifeLinks India
Zebedee Chia, OneBook Canada / Cameroon Association for Bible Translation and Literacy, Cameroon, Africa
Melony Materi is our partner at Options Pregnancy Centre in Regina, providing pregnant women with information and support.
Alden & Kate Ludwig, “Love Lives Here” bus ministry, Regina, SK
Peter Kasirivu, Lead Pastor of Gaba Community Church, Kampala, Uganda (2015 keynote speaker)
Sheldon & Candice Reid are stepping out to plant a church in Newfoundland.
Flo Sasser has spent her life working with the people of the Marshall Islands. Her husband, Sam, gave his life in the service of the people.
As He was ending His time on Earth, Jesus
gave the church one of its main reasons for being — the Great Commission. In it, Christ challenges us to take His message and live it out locally, regionally and “…to the remotest part of the earth”
(Acts 1:8). That is a huge, global
task that can’t be accomplished without great focus
That’s why “Global Focus” has become the umbrella under which all of Harvest City’s missions activities are organized. It is not so much a stand-alone ministry as it is a church-wide coordination of outreach efforts.
Since 2007, using the Global Focus approach Harvest City has seen amazing increase in its passion for missions, its financial contributions (over 2 million dollars to date) and its effectiveness in mission fields around the world.
The Global Focus strategy is simple: Rather than scattering missions giving to every request that comes along, Harvest City forms strategic partnerships with particular missions workers locally, nationally and internationally. Prayer, hands-on support and financial resources are then focused on making those partners as fruitful as they can be.
It is a bold and far-reaching way of doing missions, yet intensely personal and relational. For example, one missionary partner had this to say about her experience with Global Focus:
“We were made to feel more than welcome — accepted and loved, even spoilt. [Global Focus] has personally ministered to me more than words could say.”
Annual Global Impact Celebration