Harvest House Community Fellowship was blessed with a mission team from southeast Texas. During their week of ministry, March 15–20, the team prayed over 900 homes in Towanda and Ulster, Pennsylvania. They were able to meet many people and engage in gospel conversations as well as meet real needs for hurting people and people in crisis.
North Rome Christian School’s Bible classes joined the team on March 17 as they walked the community streets praying for Jesus to redeem lost souls.
The team left a door hanger with each family they prayed with to share basic information about the church. “God’s power and provision was on full display as we saw Him use the team to minister to people in desperate need of God’s grace,” the Baptist Resource Network of Pennsylvania/South Jersey shared.
The team participated in the church’s worship service on March 20, where two new families attended as a direct result of the team’s intercessory prayer.
The team that came consisted of adults and teenagers. The trip was organized by a consortium of entrepreneur business owners called The Tent Makers. Their mission is to run their businesses as missionaries for God’s kingdom and the advancement of the gospel. They completely funded the trip from their business provision and came to serve and give.
Harvest House Community Fellowship remains grateful for the provision God provided through them.
Please pray for the 14 million lost souls of Pennsylvania and South Jersey to be redeemed by the blood of Christ, the BRN requested.
EDITOR’S NOTE — This article was originally published by the Baptist Resource Network of Pennsylvania/South Jersey.