Harvesters International Ministries


Hilton Head Island, SC
Founded: 1961
Current Status: Member
Member Since: April 1, 2003
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
Revenue  
   Cash Donations $2,574,019
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $-34,153
   Total Revenue $2,539,866
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $2,646,407
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-106,541
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-106,541
Total Assets $408,661
Total Liabilities $6,301
Net Assets $402,360

Data for year ended December 31, 2016
Per the organization's financial statements

Contact Information
Harvesters International Ministries
Hilton Head Island, SC
Tel: (844) 689-6213
Website: http://www.harvesters.net
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HarvestersInternational
Top Leader: Mr. Doug Radford
Donor Contact: Mr. John Lucarelli

Ministry Description
Since, 1988, Harvesters has been partnered with Julius Murgor, one of the first Christians of the Pokot tribe of Western Kenya, attempting to reach the Pokot tribe with the Gospel through the Pokot Outreach Ministry. The ministry taking place among the Pokot of northwestern is truly an amazing work of God. In twenty years, God has equipped hundreds, if not thousands, of men and women to share their faith with others. This work is the cumulative result of an abundance of prayer, faithful support, stewardship of God's resources, accountability, and a passion to share the Gospel with the unreached.

ServantMatch®
Pokot Outreach Ministry operates medical clinics at most of the mission stations. In Kapenguria, POM has operated its own clinic since 1997 and on an average day treats about 100 patients. POM has also experimented with mobile medical units that go into the most remote areas of the bush. As Harvesters International Missions (HIM) continues to build mission stations with clinics, the need for these mobile units is decreasing. Will you help support native medical staff?
The Pokot live in a remote area of Kenya where little or no medical facilities are available. Pokot Outreach Ministries has established clinics to help meet the needs of the people, but medicine is difficult to find and costly - many of the hospitals do not even have medicines. When the people come for treatment it is imperative that the necessary medicines are available to be able to treat their illnesses and save lives.
The Union of Baptist Churches of the Congo serves a large Christian community, yet the pastors and evangelists are living on virtually nothing. They often go without food while meeting the needs of those in refugee camps ahead of their own needs. It is essential that the laborer is paid his wage if these men are to continue to bring hope to the hopeless in The Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Lomut secondary school will change the lives of many children of the Pokot tribe. This school will equip future leaders of Kenya to change a nation for Christ. Please consider financially supporting this project so that the future alumni of this school can be given the opportunity to reach their God-given potential.
In a good year, the Pokot tribe receives an annual rainfall of 3.5", however, only one of the past five years has produced even that much rain. This semi-nomadic tribe settles into communities where there is water present. Harvester's goal is to dig no less than 10 water wells per year to help bring clean, fresh water to the people and their animals. With a water source they can also improve their agriculture thus adding variety to their diet.

Ministry Sectors
  • Discipleship
  • Evangelism
  • Human Services & Medical
  • Social, Civic, Public Policy & Philanthropy
  • Education

  • Ministry Types
  • Missions: Foreign (primary)
  • Community Development
  • Leadership Training
  • Missions: Short Term
  • Bible Distribution
  • Education: K-12
  • Medical, Dental, Health Svs
  • Orphan Care
  • Church: Planting
  • Evangelism