Sheila Baltzell-Linn presented the check to Tom Sanford


(10-16-20) The Women’s Fellowship at St. Paul’s UCC on Oregon Road west of Rockford recently voted to donate $250 to Tom Sanford, director and teacher of Kingdom Harvest Ministries, located in Celina.

Tom Sanford recently delivered a Sunday message at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ about “Total Submission” and then went on to explain the formation of Kingdom Harvest Ministries, a group of ministers looking to teach the word of God to children at Parkway and Celina School Systems.

Parkway children are 4th grade through 12th grade and are dismissed to attend classes at New Horizons Church during their designated times.

Celina’s high school students have the same opportunity at the old gymnastics center across from Celina High School.

The KHM group felt led to this project, and Tom witnessed that total submission for him was to give up his public school teaching position and become the licensed teacher for KHM.

Kingdom Harvest Ministries was recently recognized as first in the Nation in providing dual credit (High School & College) for their Parkway H.S. students attending ½ hour classes at New Horizons Church in Rockford during their regular school day. 

God has blessed this program according to Tom. The Women’s Fellowship met recently, discussed this important program, and felt strongly that a donation was in order.