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Harmony Bible Church
  • Danville


      21589 DMC Highway 79
      Danville, IA 52623

      Service Times

      Sundays 10 AM

      Campus InfoMap

      Campus Pastor

      Chris Carr

  • Burlington


      550 Division Street
      Burlington, IA 52601


      Sundays 8:30AM & 10:30AM


      Campus InfoMap

      Campus Pastor

      Nathan Williams

  • Fort Madison

      Fort Madison

      1602 Avenue F
      Fort Madison, IA 52627

      Service Times

      Sundays 10:30AM

      Campus InfoMap

      Campus Pastor

      Andrew Wiese

  • Nauvoo


      2125 Mulholland St.
      Nauvoo, IL 62354

      Service Times

      Sundays 10:30 AM

      Campus InfoMap

      Campus Pastor

      TJ Widbin

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Global Priorities

Critically-needy (Finish the Mission)

We long for the fulfillment of Revelation 5:9-10; that every tribe, language, people and nation would be worshipping our Lord. In keeping with this vision, we want to focus a large portion of our resources on the critically needy areas of the world.[1]



If we are to finish the mission, we must mobilize laborers to go into the harvest (Matthew 9:37-38). All disciples are called to make disciples, and it is our desire to see every member of Harmony engaged in mission, both in SE Iowa and around the world. Therefore we will make every effort to mobilize people to use their gifts to serve the least and the lost both locally and globally.



We want to care for our field staff in a manner that is worthy of God (3 John 5-8). Our field staff is on the front lines, often ministering in difficult locations and circumstances. It will be our goal to shepherd them in a way that they remain healthy, encouraged, and spiritually vibrant so they can minister with maximum effectiveness.  Care Team INFORMATION



We cannot shoulder the task of making disciples in all nations by ourselves; we must partner with believers in other parts of the world who are training leaders, planting churches, and making disciples. Therefore we will seek to partner with institutions (seminaries and Bible colleges) and individuals (primarily indigenous leaders) who are ministering in critically-needy areas of the world.


[1] Critically-needy can be defined as any area that is lacking proper resources in church planting, leadership development, and church growth. These areas are marked by a lack of gospel witness or heightened resistance to it.