Over the last 39 years Gospel Harvesters International has ministered in over 35 different countries throughout the world. However in the last twenty-seven years it has concentrated on facilitating it’s work through independent, national indigenous ministries operating in India and West Africa. As a result of the generosity of our partners who stand with us, we have averaged seeing 100,000 first time decisions for Christ every year and have planted over 250 churches. Look us over and then if you love missions, come and join us.

Gospel Harvesters International is a “We Go To Them”, evangelistic, church planting ministry that confronts people with a clear understandable presentation of the gospel; bringing them to a point of decision. The spiritual care of those who have come to faith in Jesus Christ is then arranged through local churches and ministries.

Staying In Touch

March 2017 Prayer Letter

Thanks for all the prayer support I received both going and returning from India, February 8-19, including my getting through jet-lag, which at this writing, I’m still not completely over 9 days on! Just…

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February 2017 Prayer Letter

My dictionary describes investment as “property or another possession acquired for future income or benefit.” As it relates to your ongoing investment in GHI, I can only say that many of you reading this…

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January 2017 Prayer Letter

Christmas is over and many of us are reflecting and planning and trusting that we will see God’s hand in our lives in the coming year day by day. As I have thought on…

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Thirty-nine years ago, God led Rev. Mack Kearney to establish what is now Gospel Harvesters International (GHI) when he made his first overseas ministry into Vijayawada, India in April, 1978.

Urgent Need

Please pray about becoming a supporter of our Fathers House Orphanage in India. We now have 34 young children who came from the Tsunami of December, 2004. For $75 per month, you can house, feed, clothe and educate a child. We have excellent facilities and the children love their new home.