Harvest Hands International - Building Communities for Jesus

Last week Dianne Hansen and I were interviewed by the North Delta Reporter and the article was published this week. Follow the link to read the full story:



Harvest Hands disciples over 500 children in Rwentanga, Uganda and in November, we were invited to attend the Kinder Garden Graduation ceremony! What a blessing to be a part of the celebration. The teachers and children put on an amazing show for the parents and guests! ...so many talented children! Singing and dancing!

To assist the school's development, Harvest Hands donated 10 bags of cement to help finish the school's walls and floors.

On behalf of the Harvest Hands leadership trainers, we would like to congratulate the staff and children for their hard work to graduate and for putting on a great function!

Pictures (Left to Right): 1. Loading up the cement, 2. Presenting the graduation certificate to Samantha and her Mom Sarah, 3. Harvest Hands Discipler, Jonas left, Head Teacher center and Harvest Hands Executive Director Tim Specht right. 4. Sitting with Head Teacher's family.


  Harvest Hands wants to thank you all for supporting the work this past year, and we wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We are working hard for a blessed year and preparations are being put in place to make that happen.

  In Uganda, we are now preparing for New Years. It is a very big celebration! A celebration of thanks giving for the past year and an acknowledgement of God's protection and His good purposes being worked out for a blessed future.

 On behalf of all the staff and volunteers of Harvest Hands, I pray you have a blessed Christmas week and a happy New Year!

Tim Specht,

Excutive Director HHI. 


   Our football kids were pretty excited last week when Godwin and I handed out the Coastal FC (White Rock B.C. Canada) uniforms. Thanks to Dee Hansen for connecting HHI with Coastal, and Mike Hornak, the Coastal FC's Coordinator, for making this happen. And in May, we will bring uniforms for the girls teams too...thank you Coastal FC!

   Thanks, to the runners (Brian, Sara and Del Wolfe, and Tim Specht) who participated in the Mountain Equipment Coop run in Vancouver today. Thank you guys for supporting the kids work in Uganda. Awesome!


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Harvest Hand’s mission is to work with people that are disadvantaged and vulnerable, putting Jesus at the centre of the work, and forming partnerships, programs, projects and small business enterprises which transform local communities to provide for themselves and give witness to God’s love and presence.


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