Pray With Us for Central and South America

2022-05-04T15:40:20+02:00May 17th, 2022|Categories: Argentina, Brazil, Guatemala, Prayer, Stories from the field|

Central and South America consists of 19 nations; and is home to the mighty Amazon rainforest, two of the 7 Wonders of the World, and the longest above-water mountain range: the Andes. With a population of around 614 million people, Central and South America need our prayers for spiritual awakening, development of leaders and cultural

How Do You Prepare for a Cyclone?

2022-03-03T13:47:18+02:00March 15th, 2022|Categories: Madagascar, Mozambique, Prayer, Stories from the field|

For Alain Moreno, Harvesters’ Country Leader for Madagascar, the answer is simple: you collect resources, serve the community, and present the Gospel. Simply put: you do what Jesus would do. The countries situated along the southeast coast of Africa – in particular, Madagascar, Mozambique and Malawi – are under the attack of relentless storms that

Pray for the Work of Harvesters in the UK

2022-02-15T11:40:06+02:00February 15th, 2022|Categories: Prayer, Stories from the field, United Kingdom|

Harvesters Ministries originated in South Africa, born from the vision of our founder Steven Loots in 1998. Since then, Harvesters has expanded across the globe and now operates in 52 countries. Excitingly, it officially arrived in the UK in early 2018.   Pastor Glen Chaplin, Development Manager for Harvesters UK, explains, “Our first major project

Six Prayers for Harvesters Ministries in 2022

2022-01-12T18:52:51+02:00January 13th, 2022|Categories: Prayer, Stories from the field, Uncategorised|

As 2022 begins, we invite you to join us in preparing for this new year in prayer. Below are six ways you can pray for Harvesters Ministries throughout the coming year. “Every great move of God can be traced back to a kneeling figure.” – DL Moody.   1. Pray for Our Student Pastors So

Missionary Murdered in his Home

2021-11-29T12:04:30+02:00December 14th, 2021|Categories: Lesotho, Prayer, Stories from the field|

It is with tremendous sadness that we share with you that, in the evening of November 6th 2021, Francois Snyman was tragically murdered during a robbery of his home. Francois was a South African missionary in Lesotho – serving, training, and loving the people there. He headed up the work of Harvesters in Lesotho, and

1,056 Believers Received Bibles in South Africa

2021-11-17T11:39:57+02:00November 16th, 2021|Categories: Bible Distribution, Prayer, South Africa, Stories from the field|

The rural Mboza region of South Africa has been producing fruit for many years, even through the struggles of Covid-19 and the horrendous shopping mall raids earlier this year. As people received Christ and churches were planted, the need for Bibles grew. Harvesters Ministries, thanks to your generous giving, was able to respond. A team

Three Prayers for the Kenyan Church

2021-10-12T11:43:47+02:00October 14th, 2021|Categories: Covid-19, Crisis Response, Kenya, Prayer, Stories from the field|

Pastor Calvin Owino is Harvesters’ county co-ordinator for the Siaya region in western Kenya. “I must say that we have been really affected by the Covid situation,” he reports. “We are not able to attend [Harvesters training] classes, we are not able to move freely. We have experienced a lot of deaths, a lot of

In the Middle East and North Africa, Fellow Believers Are Suffering

2021-09-16T12:52:00+02:00September 16th, 2021|Categories: Egypt, Prayer, Stories from the field|

As a unified Body of Christ, when one part of ourselves is hurting, we all feel it. In the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), fellow Christians are suffering. Pew Research Centre* reported that Christians experience more harassment than any other religion - in 145 of the 198 countries worldwide. Findings of Open Doors** tell

Prayers for Myanmar in the midst of a Double Crisis

2021-09-07T16:20:05+02:00August 17th, 2021|Categories: Myanmar, Pastoral Training, Prayer, Southeast Asia, Stories from the field|

Myanmar Under Immense Strain The Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar (formerly Burma) has been under oppressive military rule since February 2021. According to the Burmese advocacy group Assistance Association for Political Prisoners, over 6,000 peaceful opposers, politicians, medics and journalists have been detained since the coup and over 900 have been killed. Including dozens of

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