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 In preparation for our county’s biggest event — The Elkhart County 4H Fair — Harvest Community Church presents our Summer Series, Turn-Style.  For three Sundays we are allowing nine speakers through the gates to speak for 10 minutes each on a passion they have to build your life.  You will get to hear from Harvest missionaries, elders, staff, and life group leaders about their passion for Jesus.  You don’t want to miss it. Series topics and a brief bio on each speaker is below.


 Series includes:

 July 7th

John Moyer ~ Desperate Determination

Cory Witmer ~ Reckless Abandon

Luke Stutzman ~ Jesus and Our Faith


July 14th

Tiffanee Gwaltney ~ Jesus, When it Doesn’t Make Sense

Laura Peachey ~ Faith Out Loud

Nancy Diener ~ Identity: Titles vs Truth


July 21st

Ken Holderman ~ BIG SINS, little sins

Adam Young ~ “If Not Me, Then Who?”

Jeanette Lespect ~ Radical Hospitality

 — NOTE: In honor of the Elkhart County Fair, and to improve traffic on CR 34, Harvest will have one service at 9am on July 21st — 

About Our Speakers

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John Moyer - HCC Elder

John has lived in Goshen nearly all his life. He met his wife, Angie, in college, and they have been married for 26 years. They have four children, Melissa, Joel, Christina, and Jacob and one son-in-law, Collin. Melissa and Collin got married this past September. John is a fourth grade teacher at Parkside Elementary, and has been teaching for thirteen years. He enjoys playing golf although he believes now both of his sons are better than he is, and they can both outdrive him. John and Angie have attended Harvest for about twenty years now, and John is one of the elders here at Harvest.

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Luke Stutzman - HCC Elder

Luke was born and raised in Goshen with 8 amazing siblings. He has many fond memories of his childhood and now he enjoys making memories with his own 4 kids and wonderful wife.

He is currently running his family drywall business while branching out in a new business venture.

Luke loves Jesus with all his heart and is passionate about being a part of the church body while encouraging others to grow in Christ.

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Cory Witmer - Harvest Students Leader

Cory has been married for 14 1/2 years. He has three kids with his wife Amanda, Elijah (11), Lucas (9), and Abigail (8). He works within the Elkhart County juvenile court system as a mental health consultant helping kids and families get connected with needed resources. Throughout his life, he has worked in retail, factories, churches, schools, youth residential facilities, and in clinical mental health. Cory grew up going to church with his parents and started serving in ministry as a young teenager. God has given him a heart for youth and that theme has been the common thread throughout his life. He loves spending time with his family, playing games, camping, hunting, and reading.

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Nancy Diener - HCC Administrator

Nancy was born and raised in Goshen and has called Harvest home from the beginning. After graduating from Indiana Wesleyan University, she worked for almost 6 years in public accounting firms before transitioning to working full-time at Harvest as Administrator and Accountant. When she is not working, Nancy enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, biking, and crocheting. She has traveled to 14 different countries and hopes to add to that list soon!

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Tiffanee Gwaltney - Harvest Women’s Connection Leader

Tiffanee has been a member of Harvest Community Church for four years and currently oversees the Women’s Life Groups. She has been married to lead pastor, Jeremy, for almost 16 years and is the mother of five wonderful children. Prior to staying at home full-time, Tiffanee was a Vice President of Education and Finance for the Cary, NC Chamber of Commerce for 11 years and assisted in communication, business development, working with educational systems, leadership development, and accounting. She has a degree in Communications from North Carolina State University and loves sports, doing arts and crafts, hanging out with her family, being outdoors and all things Africa.

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Laura Peachey - Harvest Kids Director

Laura grew up in Northern Indiana. She's been married for 20 years to the love of her life, Stanton Peachey. They have two children, Ty, age 14, and Claire, age 12. Together as a family they love being spontaneous, and investing in the lives of friends. Laura enjoys bargain shopping, antiquing, decorating and cooking! She also loves children, always has! 2019 marked 3 years that she has lead Harvest Kids. She is passionate about disciplining the next generation in a fun, positive and energetic environment. Being intentional about sharing the Word of God with children! She firmly believes no child is too young to be used by God!

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Ken Holderman - HCC Missionary

Ken is currently serving with his wife as Member Care missionaries with Globe International. He has pastored churches in Venezuela and Spain. They have attended Harvest since 1990 where he served 4 years as an elder. They have two grown sons and two grandsons.

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Jeanette Lespect - HCC Missions Team

Jeanette was born in Goshen and grew up as a missionary kid in France. Her cross-cultural experience including several trips to Africa sparked her passion for understanding foreign affairs, particularly issues of injustice, conflict and reconciliation. After teaching ESL and working in business administration, she completed a M.S. in International Political Science. She then worked in D.C. to advocate for policies to help civilians caught in conflict before becoming a stay-at-home mom in 2010. She now lives in Goshen with her husband Matthieu and homeschools her boys, Ethan, 8 and Liam, 6.

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Adam Young - Lead & Develop 401 Leader

Adam was raised on a family farm in Kendallville and graduated from East Noble High School. While in high school he met his future wife, Stephanie. They have been married for 24 years this July and have 3 children, Leanne, 20, Carl, 17 and Sarah, 11. Adam has been the Building Trades Teacher at Goshen High School for 15 years and lives in Millersburg. Prior to Goshen, he taught in Vernon Hills, IL and in Kenosha Wisconsin.

Our services are at 9am and 10:45am on Sundays and include children ministry for ages 0-5th grade by our enthusiastic, safe, and well-trained Harvest Kids staff.

 For more information, email info@hccgoshen.org.