The Harvey's History

Harvey's left the USA

The Harvey's left the United States to answer the call on their hearts to be missionaries.

1993

1993

1993

Developing Courses

The Harvey's started developing courses and leaders

1995

1995

1995

ASELSI is Founded

In this year John and Sharon Harvey founded the ministry of ASELSI to be a center of spiritual training and physical care for the sick and needy where Guatemalans would learn, grow, and put into practice the principles of God's Word that would transform their lives

2000

2000

2000

The Harvey's serve through ASELSI

John and Sharon poured their lives into training pastors, helping the sick and needy, loving mothers and children, and building up the future leaders who would carry on the vision they started

2001-2014

2001

2001

2005

2005

2006

2006

2013

2013

2014

The Harvey's returned to USA

The Harvey’s returned to the States, after passing the baton of leadership to Emanuel and Jessica Perez

2014

2014

2015-Currently

John and Sharon continue serving through ASELSI USA and teaching in USA extensions of the Bible Institute.

John and Sharon are so grateful to the Guatemalan leaders, the visiting teams from the States, and the local co-workers that have obeyed His command to develop disciples as well as minister to the poor. ASELSI is the result of people giving and praying, and the Harvey’s are grateful to have served the humble people of Guatemala.

Thanks to the Lord’s amazing grace, ASELSI has had Bible training extensions in five countries. Over 1000 students have graduated, and a new generation of Guatemalan missionaries is being sent out beyond Guatemala’s borders. The Lord has used the Medical Clinic to develop many new programs that have served tens of thousands of patients.

The Harvey’s years of love, training, and care for the people of Guatemala left a legacy that continues under Guatemalan leaders. These new leaders carry on the vision to equip more saints to do the work of the ministry and bring God’s Word to pastors, communities, and families who care for the poor, weak, and sick and bring the hope of Christ to the nations.

Chulumal I, Chichicastenango, Quiché

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