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Harbor Church participated in the U.B.M,'s Annual Mexican Parade on September 16, 2018 in East Chicago, IN.  We were able to reach out to approx 4,000 people with the gospel of Jesus Christ.  Praise God!

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Our Family Health Fest was held on July 21, 2018.  It was a blessing to see the children smile while they enjoyed the different activities.


V.B.S. 2018 was held in July.  We enjoyed th Bible stories, music and art classes as well as gym class and food!


Why Celebrate Christmas?

Celebrate the Savior of the world. Born in a manger, far from a palace.

Spring 2020

A time of renewal with gifts of rebirth. The World seems so silent, yet time does not stop...

Holy Week

It’s Holy Week 2020. Church buildings are closed. The greater portion of the outside world has hit the pause button. Most of our lives have been placed on hold.


Easter weekend is fast approaching! Many people around the world acknowledge Jesus: his ultimate sacrifice and resurrection. As Christians, the focal point of our faith is God’s ultimate sacrifice, as Jesus – his only son, died in remission for our sins. The heart of the Gospel can be found in John 3:16, where we read:


“Now to him who is able to do above and beyond all that we ask or think – according to the power that works in you”  Ephesians 3:20  We tend to rationalize our days into wins or losses. In my head I think, “I can beat this situation, I’ll accept my loss here, this loss is because of this person, I’d better come out on top for this.”

Right Now

In this story, Jesus was so angry at the hold of sin and death on his people that he brought Lazarus back to life before he was arrested, crucified, buried and resurrected. Yes, everything will be perfect in Heaven but we don't need to wait for that glorious day for Jesus to bring something back to life. Just like he called into the tomb of Lazarus, Jesus is calling into the depth of your heart commanding it to come back to life.

Why Your Life to Him?

When Jesus asks us: "Do we love Him?" What is our reply? Is it individual! Is is whole-hearted? Does our reply transform us? It goes without much forethought, that the vast majority would reply with a resound: "Yes!" Most of that majority would even go further and, like Peter, feel offended if Jesus repeated His question. "Does' God know our hearts?" "Can't His omniscience pick up what strong believers we are?"

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