In 2002, Harvest Bible Fellowship was founded through the leadership of James MacDonald, Senior Pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicagoland. Pastor James and his wife, Kathy, have committed their lives to the ministry of God’s Word. Today, by God’s grace, more than 110 Harvest Bible Chapels are impacting communities around the world and seeing lives transformed through the power of the gospel.
David went to college intending on becoming a pastor but graduated with a degree in business instead. For many years…
Harvest Spring Lake, MI
David went to college intending on becoming a pastor but graduated with a degree in business instead. For many years he worked in real estate, securities, and investments and was the president of the Van Kampen Group.
David believed God was using his skills and abilities in the secular workplace to further His kingdom; however the call to pastor was strong. Through a combination of prayer, preaching opportunities, godly counsel, and trials, God made His call to David undeniably clear.
David’s desire is to build a church that is characterized as a “get dirty, reach the lost, roll up your sleeves and disciple to the untaught” ministry. His vision for how Harvest Bible Chapel Spring Lake will accomplish that is simple: preach the Word of God and make disciples with intensity and urgency.
David also currently serves as the CEO of International Aid, a Christian relief organization located in Spring Lake, Michigan.
Jamie earned his B.A. from Philadelphia Biblical University, an M.A. from Moody Graduate School, and a doctorate in ministry from Trinity…
Harvest Lancaster, PA
Jamie earned his B.A. from Philadelphia Biblical University, an M.A. from Moody Graduate School, and a doctorate in ministry from Trinity Evangelical Seminary. He has been a pastor for 28 years and a featured Bible teacher at America’s Keswick and Harvey Cedars Bible Conferences for many years.
He has been a Walk Thru the Bible instructor since 1993, conducted over 150 Old and New Testament seminars, and was an adjunct instructor at Lancaster Bible College for a number of years.
His greatest joy was launching a church called New Song and planting two other churches in Lancaster County. In 2000, he was introduced to Harvest and discovered a tremendous kinship and partnership in ministry. During this time, God prepared him to see the wisdom joining forces with Harvest Bible Fellowship, transitioning his church to become Harvest Lancaster.