1017 W. Norway Ave., Mitchell, SD 57301
Helping people discover Christ through the seasons of life
October 31st 2019
Sunday we were reminded that spiritual maturity isn't how much we know, (about the Bible, God or Jesus) but how much we obey.  I believe that most Christians have been educated way beyond their level of obedience.  We all know these amazing truths about Jesus, but we don't live it out. We want a revival in our hearts without repentance in our lives. We want to add Jesus in our hearts and lives without subtracting sin. 1 John
October 23rd 2019
Sunday, we learned that we DO use more than 10% of our brain.  If you would like to know more here is a link to a video. I was little surprised by how many have bought into the myth that God wants me happy.  It is truly myth that we busted because if God wants me happy and I'm not then G
October 17th 2019
Sunday, we talked about the Myth that there are other ways to God. Honestly, it is a nice thought.  It makes you feel good knowing that if that were true, then anyone no matter their spiritual state could enter heaven once they passed from their earthly bodies.  That it really doesn't matter if you are Hindu, Buddhist or Muslim that in the end, we all will make it to an eternity with God.   Too bad that Jesus Himself tell
October 10th 2019
Just wanted to thank everyone who came out for serve day on the 6th.  Thanks to Jason and Craig for the music and each of you who held signs, directed traffic, filled cups and cheered to encourage each runner going and coming.  2 Timothy 1:7-9 reminds us, “For God did not give us a spirit of timidity (fear), but a spirit of power, of love, and self-discipline. So do not be ashamed to testify about our Lord, or ashamed of me his prisone
October 3rd 2019
Stephen Plopper finished up our series on Margin by preaching about having Moral Margin in our lives.  That means putting distance between you and temptation. James 1:13-15 remind each of us, "When tempted, no one should say, "God is tempting me." For God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does he tempt anyone; but each one is tempted when, by his own evil desire, he is dragged away and enticed.  Then, after desire has conceived
September 13th 2019
On Sunday we began looking at if our lives have Margin.  You may be asking, "What does that mean?  Living with Margin?"  Margin: The amount available beyond what is necessary. We live in a culture that pushes us to the limits. Buy more, do more, accomplish more, conquer more; more, more, more. I would argue that most of us are living at an un-biblical and unsustainable pace. Simply put,
September 5th 2019
Sunday we were reminded that in order to fulfill the vision and purpose of Harvest Community Church of the Nazarene it happens as we stay on mission.  Mission meaning that we: BRING IN = Restore BUILD UP = Grow TRAIN = Give (Time, Talents and Treasure) SEND OUT = Worship All that being said we often forget about the 'Unseen Qualities of a Dangerous Church'.  Our goal is to help people discover Christ in the seasons of lif
August 29th 2019
What a great week!  God has been doing amazing things as we approach this weekend and has been revealing some really dangerous church things that we can have the opportunity to be apart of for the future. Our community is a harvest field ripe and ready for God's transformative power and through the course of the next 6-9 months we are have some strategic opportunities that we are planning to help us reach into Mitchell and beyond to spread God'
August 22nd 2019
Sunday Stephen Plopper delivered a great message about Jesus leading, guiding and caring for US, His often times needy and dumb sheep. In life we all need a shepherd to lead us.  Wives need a husband who is leading them in the paths of righteousness.  Children need parents who guide them through difficult hills, valleys and when to rest.  We all need someone to comfort and speak peace in times of the valley of the shadow of dea
August 14th 2019
Well we made it through this series, WHEW! We often think to ourselves, "Man, where were THOSE people this Sunday?  They really needed to hear this." When in reality WE are the often the ones who need to look in the mirror and say, "I am that difficult person to love." I know that for me, I am often that person that is difficult to love. I can be needy, manipulative, a hypocrite and definitely critical and not in