Enable the brotherhood to proclaim Christ and serve others beyond the capacity of the local church.
God is glorified as despair and suffering are alleviated, hearts and minds are transformed, and churches are established and nurtured.
Our mission is to equip and mobilize brethren to proclaim the gospel, disciple and nurture believers, and demonstrate the love of Christ with deeds of compassion.
Combined with our Guiding Principles, the statements above give clear overall direction to HarvestCall.
The HarvestCall Name
Why was the name HarvestCall chosen?
“Harvest” and “Call” are biblical words as well as terms that we use frequently within our brotherhood. They are rich in literal and figurative meaning. Combined together as HarvestCall, it conveys not just what we endeavor to do, but also why. The goal is to sow seeds of goodness and truth, trusting the Lord to give the increase, and call the brotherhood to proclaim Christ and serve others so that the lost might hear the Savior’s call.
There is much scriptural support for this.
Harvest: In the Old Testament, the Israelites were told that when harvesting to leave the corners of their fields to provide for the poor. The same was true of their olive trees and grape vines. In the New Testament, “harvest” refers to bringing souls into God’s kingdom, and Jesus is seeking laborers to sow, water and reap.
Call: As brothers and sisters, we’ve experienced God’s call in numerous ways, first as a call to repentance, then perhaps a call to marriage, to a vocation, to a certain ministry and so on. Many in this world have not had opportunity to hear the Truth and experience Jesus’ call in a clear way. In HarvestCall, the concept of call goes both internally and externally: believers are called to serve others in love, and God desires all men to hear the call and be saved.
What does the logo signify?
The logo uses autumn colors to make it warm and appealing and shows a field ripe unto harvest. The sun is spreading its bright rays depicting hope, new beginnings and alluding to the Son. There is also a sense of movement in the logo and the concept of multiple parts forming one whole, just as how our members from all over the country join together to support this work (from sewing sisters to groups packing supplies at distribution centers to work teams building to missionaries serving overseas.)