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Led by the Spirit, filled with God's Love.
All are welcome. 
Bishop Jim Pendleton
   Senior Pastor

 Harvest Tabernacle COG

Your Tithes belong to the Lord  Malachi 3:10 says:
Bring all the tithes into the storehouse, That there may be food in My house, And try Me now in this,” Says the Lord of hosts, “If I will not open for you the windows of heaven And pour out for you such blessing That there will not be room enough to receive it.  

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Harvest tabernacle Church of God a Pentecostal church, independent christian mind set, being spirit filled, led by His spirit, sanctuary of Jesus Christ, the true gospel from bible teaching youth program.

Here are our youth programs:

Pioneers for Christ - Boy's Club

  • Champions: Ages 5-6
  • Disciples: Ages 7-9
  • Apostles: Ages 10-12
  • Junior Centurions: Ages 13-17

 Our Girls Club programs:

Young Ladies

Little Sweethearts

Blue Belles

Joy Belles

1. Make it simple for families at home by offering resources for them to buy

Compile a list of recommended parenting books, kids devotionals, and workbooks for kids to equip them at home where most faith learning takes place. Even have some on hand that you can sell to them right at church.  

2. Busyness does not equal effective ministry. Make events meaningful and less often. 

Do not create too many programs that only further pull families away from their already busy schedules. You are not a social club, but a support for faith learning. Make any programs you do offer meaningful; don’t give in to the pressure to fill a calendar with busyness. Don’t feel the pressure to do what another church is doing; consider the unique make up of your church and prayerfully plan what suits the needs of your specific congregation. What is suitable for one congregation might miss the mark for another.  

3. Spend money and resources on making your rooms kid-friendly

Your kids classrooms and nursery should be the cleanest, most organized, and the best decorated parts of your church. It’s an outward display of an inward commitment to excellence for the most vulnerable of our church. Cut down the clutter, and go through areas regularly to see them with eyes of a newcomer.  

4. Please do not make a desperate request for teachers   

Do not allow just anybody to serve. Keep high standards for who works with the most vulnerable of our congregation. Ask people you want directly. Go for the best. Parents will notice. It shows priority to those who we should be taking the best care of. I love having youth helpers and think it is vital for them to learn to serve. However, they are not to be relied upon. Adults are. Adults who typically are parents, involved in teaching, and who have a solid faith.

5. Set high standards, not low, for volunteers if you want to keep them.

Set a standard of commitment for those who volunteer. The least I allow for volunteer teachers is 4 weeks on 4 weeks off. Less than that and the person does not take ownership for their ministry. More than half of my teachers have asked if they can teach every Sunday because then it gives them full control over the run of the class. They take personal ownership and invest themselves in those kids' lives. If volunteers only teach occasionally, there is no ownership taken and the kids suffer. The volunteers burn out because they have no attachment to the kids or ministry.  

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