"Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.” - Luke 6:38
Donations can be made at the church office or during regular service times.
Thank you for your faithful contributions to World Harvest Center. Your generous support provides funds for the day-to-day operations of our church and monthly support for the following organizations and funds.
Andrew Wommack Ministries connects people around the world to God through the Gospel. Hurting
people are transformed as they learn what it means to love and be loved – God's way.
Andrew Wommack Ministries:
Shares the Gospel of God's unconditional love and grace through TV, internet, books, CDs, & DVDs.
Gives free books, study guides, and teachings to inmates and those who need them the most.
Raises disciples through Charis Bible College to found churches and missions all across the
globe, to influence their communities, and help them find and fulfill their callings.
Raises ministers to preach, teach, and serve.
Through the Discipleship Evangelism program, disciples, pastors, and leaders on every continent,
sowing into their communities and feeding them physically and spiritually.
Federation of Ministers and Churches International builds and sends apostolic-prophetic teams to serve
local churches. Established in the late 1980s, FMCI is a relational network of five-fold ministries, local
churches, intercessors, marketplace leaders, and compassion ministries. Member churches and ministries are throughout the USA and seventeen nations and apostolic relationships in Ghana, Slovakia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Belize, and Mexico.
Love on the Move is a grassroots Christian missions organization founded in 2012 by the Baker family. Their mission is to display God's great love through human acts to train and make disciples of Jesus among Native Americans and Indigenous tribes.
Love on the Move has established a Bible school (Christ for the Nations Institute - Navajo Nation) through the Native American Initiative project based on Geobound Ministries, which is in partnership with Christ for the Nations Institute, Dallas, Texas. Before 2020, there were several on-site locations on the Reservation. However, the program was paused to comply with state and tribal guidelines. Classes have resumed using an online format, and the ministry plans to continue on-site and online formats when the pandemic restrictions have lifted. Love on the Move is in the process of becoming an affiliated school with Christ for the Nations Institute, Dallas, Texas.
Navajo Ministries of Farmington, NM, primarily helps the Navajo people of our area through programs of hope, restoration, and Christian values with the following programs:
The Four Corners Home for Children – Three NM state-licensed groups homes for 28 children.
The Navajo Ministries School - educational services in small classroom settings generally
no more than 12-15 students.
"Navajo Nation Outreach" services for people in Navajoland through summer work projects
and Christmas Connections, which deliver toys, food, clothing, blankets, and other items to
needy Navajo families.
Tessa's Mission Fund - Tessa Brannon was an extraordinary member of WHC. Before her death, Tessa
went on mission trips into communist China. Tessa took many amazing men and women with her,
distributing Chinese language Bibles to the underground church in China.
Tessa Mission Funds help those with financial needs for short-term mission trips. Her impact on God's
Kingdom will continue through this fund, and the men and women willing to support financially and
physically carry out the mission of taking the Gospel to the entire world. This fund is fully funded by
financial supporters of WHC and was created to help those who have financial needs for short-term