It is our desire to give the families we serve nutritious fresh foods.  Growing fruits and vegetables utilizing Controlled Environment Agriculture (Growing food in a climate controlled building) will give us the ability to produce food year round.  We plan to implement the use of hydroponics (growing plants in mineral rich water without soil) and aquaponics (utilizing waste water from fish hatcheries for growing) to produce higher yields in a shorter time span.  For example, a 6’x12’ hydroponic table of lettuce can produce over three thousand heads of lettuce per year (60+/week). 

 With our Educator Greenhouse, we will be able to train staff from local churches, food pantries, and schools as well as individuals/families interested in implementing their own growing barns.  We will train them in how to maximize their growing space so they can produce high yields in a simple 12 x 12 unit.


​I tell you the truth, just as you did it for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did it for me. Matthew 25:40

The primary objective of Harvest Missions is to feed "the least of these."  Since 2013, we have delivered food to those without transportation or the physical ability to get to food pantries.  We operated a weekly food distribution to seniors at the Randallstown Senior Center.  We have delivered food to homeless shelters as well as taking food packages to homeless encampments throughout Baltimore City and County.  We distribute food to churches in Baltimore, Carroll and Prince Georges Counties. We have also collected donations of clothing and personal items to distribute to those who are homeless and household items for homeless families moving into transitional housing.  Collectively we have served thousands of Baltimore’s “least of these.”

Collecting and distributing Christmas presents for children in homeless shelters.

Our Matthew 25:35 Outreaches come in various shapes and sizes.  From feeding seniors nutritious meals to collecting and distributing furniture for women with children moving into transitional housing, when we see a need we mobilize to come up with solutions.

Currently we are collecting:

​   sleeping bags             personal care items

  blankets                      hand warmers

  coats                           socks

  tents                            scarves, mittens, gloves

  yoga mats                   thermoses                     

Collecting and distributing furniture for single mothers moving into transitional housing apartments.

In a partnership with Healing Temple Church, LTLL served Thanksgiving dinner at a low-income senior housing complex.




Food distribution at a local senior community center

Effecting change through the power of Christ's love!.

The pandemic has caused an increased need for our mobile food pantry which means our expenses are increasing.  Please help keep our wheels rolling by making a financial contribution.

Our mobile food pantry delivers food packages to individuals and families in the greater Baltimore metropolitan area.  We deliver to:

  • Seniors
  • Families in transitional housing
  • Families without transportation to get to food pantries
  • Group homes, shelters and encampments

There is no fee for the service.  The program is supported by the generous donations of our supporters.