About Us

Pastor Anthony & Nina Andersonanthony

This is to introduce that Living Word Harverst Of Dallas  is a (501)c3 non-profit organization. Our citywide outreach program targets the gang member, substance abuser, parolee, probationer, and their families. Our vision is to reach more people. Our hope is to see fewer people on the streets, in prison, on drugs and people less fortunate who are hooked on life controlling habits.  We will accomplish this through intensive outreach efforts, case management, counseling and mentoring programs for youth. Our outreach will include the incarcerated, homeless and helpless.  We will conduct our programs with the highest standards of morality, ethical conduct, confidentiality and fiscal responsibility. Our cost-free services include a 12-month residential commitment with guidance, counseling and intensive spiritual therapy.  Our approach in helping this type of person has exhibited to be highly successful, as well as positive method to reintegrate the individual back into society as a contributing member.           NEED INFORMATION CALL   (972) 432-6941 OR  (972)803-5250


7 thoughts on “About Us

    Brandy Schimmel said:
    November 2, 2012 at 4:30 pm

    God bless you for what you are doing in your community. I was just blessed with someone from your church in my Southlake office, what a sweet man. My husband struggled with addiction several years ago and I thank God everyday that he brought him back to me and our our girls. I will enjoy the fresh baked banana nut bread and pray a blessing over you and your church family. God Bless!

    Steve Hurst said:
    April 23, 2013 at 2:55 pm

    I didn’t take any Banana nut bread (looked very good!) but was happy to give a donation. God works through all of us–the more the suffer–the more we appreciate his blessings and eternal forgiveness.

    Melanie said:
    July 11, 2013 at 8:16 pm

    A nice young man, visited our office today, in White Oak, TX. Listening to his story, moved my heart. I will pray for this ministry to continue to shape lives in a positive direction. What a wonderful Thursday afternoon blessing! The banana bread was awesome too!

    Steve Wilhite said:
    July 31, 2013 at 2:28 am

    Yesterday, I came out of Ross in a shopping strip off of Denton Hwy in the Watauga/Keller area and was met by a guy who was very polite, wearing a “Living Word” T shirt, and he told me what his purpose was for being there in the parking lot. He had two loaves of bread left and I took them. I think these types of programs to help people are fantastic! I have always had a very easy life, and my heart goes out to these guys who have not had such an easy life. I find qualities in people who have been in or are in difficulties in their lives, that I admire. I can learn from them too. Keep up the great work, Living Word! And to you guys who are out there soliciting donations for this great ministry, keep it up!! Blessings to you all!

    Megan Berryman said:
    August 28, 2013 at 8:22 pm

    One of your young men just left my office in Dallas and just listening to him tell me a part of his story and about how your organization led him to our Lord and Savior and helped him get through his addiction made my day. It is wonderful to hear that other people in the Family are helping those young men who so often just get lost and ignored in our world. I gave him what I could, but I will be definitely be praying for ya’lls organization and your church. Thank you for all you do and for showing these young people the Way!

    Cathy said:
    January 31, 2014 at 8:04 pm

    I work in Waco, Tx at Spenco Medical Corporation. This NICE, good looking, clean cut, clean dressed young man came in selling Banana Nut fundraising bread. I WISH I would have known or had the money because I would have bought some. But a few of the ladies did and it looked WONDERFUL. I was blessed to hear his testimony. I wish I could remember his name. He said he is staying at the Preacher’s house with his young daughter. Please let him know I ENJOYED him so much. Could have talked all day. God Bless and dont be a stranger.

    Steph said:
    February 13, 2014 at 9:43 pm

    I just wanted to say God Bless you and your vision. I was also blessed with someone from your church today. He explained the vision of your ministry and I felt the presence of God right here in the office. There is power in the name of Jesus! Thank you for spreading the word of God and for the banana nut bread!

    He will break every chain!

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