Harvest Outreach Ministries Started under God's Harvesters in 2011. God’s Harvesters was founded in 1975 because Brother Edwin Taylor had a burden to preach the gospel to men and women that were incarcerated. Bro. Taylor began prison ministry with his wife, Rev. Lindell Shumake & other volunteers at the old Marion County Jail in Palmyra, MO. It was not too long after it began they expanded to other prisons and county jails in the state of Missouri.
God’s Harvesters/Harvest Outreach established The Harvest House in November 2010, which is a ministry for
men to get back on their feet after suffering with legal, addictive or financial problems. In 2015 we opened our first women's house and began our women's programs.
Harvest Outreach received their 501 (c) 3 in 2015 and with their partner God's Harvesters continue local ministries and collaborations to help our communities battle the issues of hunger, addictions and to help men and women overcome problems through the power of Jesus Christ.
We are willing to work with probation and parole or any other agencies necessary to help these men become productive and responsible citizens. We will be providing necessary Bible Studies, Biblical counseling, recovery supports, etc. to attain these goals. We believe this happens through the Lord Jesus Christ who changes hearts and the result is changed lives.