If you would like for Pastor Rick to come and speak about our programs and bring an amazing sermon please give him a call at 334-332-3932


There are lots of exciting things happening this quarter. As of 2/10/2020 there are 17 ladies and 4 children at Hosanna Home. 

We have Parkway Baptist Church coming out on the 15th to help us with some much needed projects such as painting, pressure washing and cleaning up the playground area.

The end of this month we are taking all of the ladies to Patterson La to a women's retreat. We are so excited to see what God has planned during this weekend.

We are working on our open house coming up in May.

Our ladies are going to be visiting some new churches and if you would like to host them please let us know.

We are going to be working on our raised beds and need fertilizer and plants. We would love for some master gardeners to come out and help us grow some fantastic veggies for the ladies and children.


As of 2/10/2020 His Place has 24 men in program and 8 men in our transition program.

The men will be Ider Church of God on Feb 23rd at the 6pm service and our director


Mr. Kenny Young will be sharing his testimony at New Harmony Baptist Church in Albertville on 2/13/2020 at six. If your in the area don't miss this blessing.

Our men are going to be getting ready for the garden and would love some community help getting it prepared and vegetable plants and seeds. 

His Place is in desperate need of gravel for the drive ways.  


It's spring cleaning time so think of us when your cleaning out all that great stuff that your not using anymore.  We would love to take it off your hands.

Remember all proceeds go to help fund our programs! We are a 501 c 3 so all donations are tax deductible.

Please call 334-705-8858 to schedule a pickup. 


Our Story

Harvest Evangelism was founded in 1986 by Rick Hagans after returning back to Alabama after working for David Wilkerson and his ministry World Challenge. In the beginning Rick's vision was to create a Christian 'Coffee House' which could be a safe place for the residents of the community to find a safe space, hear the gospel be presented, and be discipled.   

But after a while it was found that a number of the people who heard and accepted the gospel here had nowhere to go. With a number even taking the back off of the stand alone arcade games in the coffee house to sleep inside at night. It was also at this time that Rick was taking men home to live with him, his wife, and then, one child in their small trailer. Click Here to Continue Reading 

Putting God's Love in Action Where the Action's At
P.O.Box 2888 Opelika Al, 36803