About Us

Harvest for Christ Global Outreach

Harvest for Christ Global Outreach (HFC-GO) seeks to bring in the unchurched, the lost, the hurting, and the disillusioned. We seek those who are ripe and ready for an opportunity to produce fruit in ministry. We embrace those who are not ripe for ministry but are fighting hard to survive until their season comes; thus, we offer a covering and a hope in having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

The pioneers of HFC-GO (Pastor Marc and Lady Patsy) can be described as two down-to-earth people with a healthy sense of humor and irresistibly congenial. Their passion for the things of God and their heart for people has earned them the respect of countless people. Over the last 30-plus years, they have connected well with people of various backgrounds, cultures, and experiences, having traveled extensively in the United States and abroad. Pastor Marc and Lady Patsy met in Texas in January 1984 when she was 19 years old, and he was 23. They married on November 2, 1985.

A retired Chief Warrant Officer of the U.S. Army and a veteran of the first Gulf war, Pastor Marc have managed Human Resources activities, to include training and development, organizational development, talent acquisition, and staff relations at several levels and in several industries. Known for his ability to motivate, coach, and identify natural and spiritual talent, Pastor Marc has successfully placed people into positions where they can grow and thrive. Pastor Marc’s spiritual and ministry gifts have been employed since 1982, the year he was assigned to the Multinational Forces and Observers (MFO) as part of the peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. Having traveled throughout the United States and lived in or visited over 25 countries, Pastor Marc was instrumental in helping develop ministries in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Alaska, Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina. Pastor Marc is the author of four books.

Lady Patsy is known for her infectious smile that draws people to her. She received the baptism of the Holy Spirit at the age of 13 in Darmstadt, Germany, while her father was serving in the United States Army.  After leaving Germany, she traveled with her family throughout the United States until they later settled in Fort Worth, Texas. While in Texas, Lady Patsy continued her walk with the Lord as she increased her knowledge of biblical principles.  Her exposure to sound biblical teachings and serving in various administrative roles have established her as a wise, discerning and insightful woman of God.  She has a passion for women; she enjoys encouraging women of all ages and ethnicity to embrace their uniqueness.  Her passion for serving women evolved into the Women of Common Thread Ministry which she later founded.  This Ministry focuses on the common bond that women have, while the women are charged to build each other up, through prayer, collaboration, and community service.

Along with Pastor Marc, they established a multicultural ministry in Anchorage, Alaska and South Florida.  In South Florida, Lady Patsy continues to fight the good fight of faith, while uplifting and encouraging the women she mentors, as well as staying true to God’s word.  She and Pastor Marc have three independent children living in different parts of the United States.

The Seven Pillars Of Harvest for Christ Ministries

industriousness

This pillar reminds us to be diligent in matters that pertain to life and godliness. We endeavor to be wise stewards of the resources that God has provided us, to include financial resources, human resources, and material resources. We endeavor to contribute and enhance the economic condition of our community.

sanctification

This pillar stands as a symbol of our commitment to live a life that is holy, acceptable, and pleasing to God. We see sanctification as a lifestyle that influences our day-to-day lives, to include our manner of speech, appearance, and how we interact with others.

compassion

This pillar stands as a witness to our commitment to have compassion for others, just as Christ has shown compassion for us. We endeavor to embrace the wounded, the afflicted, the hurting, and the forgotten.

evangelism

This pillar stands as a symbol of our commitment toward the work of Christ through our time, talents, and treasures towards evangelism. We take very seriously our role as emissaries and ambassadors for Christ. Thus, we totally embrace the gospel message and will never be ashamed to proclaim the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

loyalty

This pillar reveals our love and commitment to our brothers and sisters in Christ. We endeavor to never trample upon our brothers and sisters in Christ just to gain an upper hand. We endeavor to be spiritually sensitive, empathetic, and sympathetic to their needs and feelings.

family

This pillar places significant emphasis on the institution of the family as ordained by God. We endeavor to create an atmosphere where the parent(s) and child(ren) are honored and respected, regardless of age.

praise And worship

This pillar stands as an expression of our gratitude for the things that God has done, is doing, and will do for those who walk upright before Him. We endeavor to diligently seek Him and worship Him in Spirit and in Truth.

Ministries

Books by Pastor Marc

Meeting Times

Sunday

Worship Service: 10:30 am 

Wednesday

Spiritual Enrichment Study and Prayer: 7:00 pm
(via Zoom - ID:3484079797)

Saturday

Prayer: 8:30 am
M.A.N. group fellowship (2nd Saturdays): 9:30 am
Common Thread Fellowship (3rd Saturdays): 10:00 am
Neighborhood Mingle (5th Saturdays): 10:00 am – 2:00 pm