Tim Geiger serves as President of Harvest USA. Tim did his undergrad work at the Community College of Philadelphia and earned a M.Div. degree from Westminster Theological Seminary.
A native of Philadelphia, Pa., Tim first learned of Harvest USA in 1997 after he had been struggling himself with same-sex attraction and a whole array of other addictions for about 20 years. The Lord used the ministry of Harvest USA to strongly impact Tim’s repentance and faith.
He has worked with Harvest USA since 1999: first as a volunteer, then since 2004 as a staff member. From 2007–2012, Tim founded and then led Harvest USA’s Pittsburgh Office. Tim and his wife Susan live with their daughter outside of Philadelphia.
Stuart Scott teaches in the graduate program of biblical counseling at The Master’s University in Santa Clarita, Calif. His preparation includes an MDiv from Grace Theological Seminary, a ThM from Southern Theological Seminary, and a DMin from Covenant Theological Seminary.
He has over forty years of experience in counseling and pastoral ministry. He is a Fellow with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. Stuart has authored several books. He and his wife Zondra have two grown children and two grandchildren.
Ellen Dykas received her MA in Biblical Studies from Covenant Theological Seminary in 1999 and serves as the Women’s Ministry Coordinator for Harvest USA, a national ministry focused on gospel-centered discipleship and teaching regarding sexuality.
Ellen loves ministry to women and is most passionate about mentoring, teaching God’s Word and spiritually nurturing others to walk deeply with Jesus.
Jim has been in pastoral ministry since 1994 and has been teaching biblical counseling on both the undergraduate and graduate levels at several institutions since 2000. Currently, he is senior pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Ypsilanti, Michigan, which hosts The Biblical Counseling Center of Southeast Michigan.
He holds both a BA and an MA from Bob Jones University and completed a DMin from Northland International University.
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