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Encyclopedia > James MacDonald

This article is about the religious leader; for the ice hockey player see James "Kilby" Macdonald


James MacDonald (b. 1960) is the founding pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel and later Harvest Bible Fellowship. 1960 (MCMLX) was a leap year starting on Friday (the link is to a full 1960 calendar). ... Harvest Bible Chapel is a church started in Rolling Meadows, IL, in the United States, in 1988 by pastor James MacDonald, largely known for his national radio broadcast, Walk in the Word. ...


He has authored a number of books including, I Really Want to Change: So Help Me God, Lord, Change My Attitude (Before It’s Too Late), 7 Words to Change Your Family, Gripped By The Greatness of God, and God Wrote a Book. James also has extensive retreat and Bible conference speaking experience.


His teaching emphasizes the exposition of God’s Word and its practical life application. James may be heard on the daily ½ hour radio broadcast, Walk In The Word, currently aired on many stations around the country in conjuction with Radio Bible Class out of Grand Rapids, MI. A one-minute feature called "Listen Up" is also in syndication on radio stations coast to coast. Grand River, Grand Rapids, Michigan, c. ...


With the donation of a $20 million business complex, the church has opened another campus in Elgin, IL and is in the process of constructing a 7500-seat worship center. Additionally, the church has a third campus in Niles, IL. The church has its own elementary school, Harvest Christian Academy, on both the Rolling Meadows and the Elgin campus. Elgin (pronounced [ˈɛldʒɪn] (IPA)) is a city located on the Fox River mainly in Kane County, Illinois, with a portion also in Cook County, Illinois. ... Worship usually refers to specific acts of religious praise, honour, or devotion, typically directed to a supernatural being such as a god or goddess. ... Niles is a village located in Cook County, Illinois. ...


The church is developing a retreat center, Camp Harvest, in Newaygo, MI. Harvest Bible Chapel also hosts an annual international leadership conference, named "Straight Up", for church leaders.


MacDonald was born in London, Ontario, Canada in 1960. He received his Master's Degree in 1988 from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois and his Doctorate from Phoenix Seminary in 1996. He has also pastored a Baptist church as well as an Evangelical Free church. Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS) is an evangelical Christian seminary located in Deerfield, Illinois. ...


His wife Kathy and three children, Luke, Landon, and Abigail, reside in Inverness, IL.


Links

Harvest Christian Academy Straight Up Conference


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