City Harvest Network

Mississippi Tornado Response
Special Video Update

After devastating storms ripped through Mississippi this past weekend, many families are struggling to pick up the pieces – their homes, churches and businesses damaged or destroyed.
  • Horrible damage to nearly 600 homes – 50 businesses, schools, community buildings – 400 roads and bridges …
  • Trees toppled – car windows blown out – uprooted trees crushing vehicles, cars flipped into ditches, power lines down …
  • A church – now nothing but broken lumber, destroyed pews, roof sheared off …
Pastor Parsley has joined Valor Christian College graduate RJ Matthews, the pastor of our City Harvest Network church in the affected area, the Kingdom Vision International Church, along with our Bridge of Hope teams to distribute emergency food, clean water, and other essential supplies – providing practical hope to those who need it most!

We ask that you stand with Bishop RJ, and our brothers and sisters in the affected areas of Mississippi in prayer as this community endures the challenges they face and begin to rebuild, and give as the Lord allows, to be the hands and feet of Jesus to those who are in need.

And we encourage you to give as the Lord leads you, to support this City Harvest Network community in their need and to help us continue to spread the gospel around the world.

What if the community that was shaken … or the church building that was devastated … was yours?  What would you feel when City Harvest Network pastors and churches around the world rushed to your aid?

As you pray with us and sow in faith, we know the Lord will bless you.
  • Hebrews 13:16 says, “Do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased
  • Proverbs 22:9 declares, “The generous will themselves be blessed
Thank you for reaching out with the compassion of Christ!

Yes, Pastor Parsley!
I want to stand with you, City Harvest Network, and Bridge of Hope to provide food, fresh water, and emergency supplies to those in the area most affected by these Tornados. Here’s my gift of: