Mack Kearney is Founder and President of Gospel Harvesters International, based in Hurst, Texas. It is a 'we go to them" evangelistic, church planting, missionary organization that seeks to work with Indigenous, national groups to see people come to Christ and be nurtured.
With 1.2 billion people, we now have 43 full time missionaries in India. Over the last thirty-two years, we have witnessed thousands of first-time decisions for Christ and have planted over 180 churches, reaching nineteen 'unreached' people's groups.
In 2002, recognizing the need for properly trained pastors, we started a training school that is now the fully accredited Harvesters Theological College and Seminary.
In 2005, we started The Father's Home Orphanage in India with 48 children, many of whom came from the Dec/2004 tsunami.
Mack has traveled extensively throughout the world preaching the gospel in some thirty-five different countries. He and his wife Dottie lived in England and Germany for three years as missionaries. In addition, he has spent nearly three years on the ground preaching and teaching to help establish the work in India.
He was born in Memphis, TN, and after graduation from White Station High School, did studies at Memphis State University and London Bible College, London, England.
He and his wife Dottie have been blessed with six amazing children, fourteen more amazing grandchildren and ten unbelievable great-grandchildren. Their love for family is only surpassed by their love for Jesus and missions!
They live in Hurst, TX. and have attended North Richland Hills Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas for the last thirty-six years, where they serve when not out of the country.