In 1990, Harvest Time was founded by Reverend Houston Brumit, former Assistant Pastor of Glad Tidings, a sister Assemblies of God church. Glad Tidings welcomed the new church and lent support in its formative years. In its first year, Harvest Time's services were held in several rented facilities.
In 1992, the church welcomed Irby and Andrea McKnight as pastors. As the church grew and matured, a more permanent building was purchased at 1515 North Travis Street. In just a short period, this building was bursting at the seams, and two services were formed o Sunday morning to help accommodate the growing congregation.
By 1995, the building on Travis Street was paid for, and the church started saving for a site to move to that would hold the future growth. In 1998, the church purchased thirty acres at the corner of FM 1417 and Hwy 56 in Sherman. In March of 2000, the congregation moved into a beautiful 39,000 sq. ft. facility which serves as its current facilities today.
Under the leadership of Pastor Irby and Andrea, the church continued to grow with an emphasis on reaching all generations for Jesus. Sadly, in June of 2005, Andrea McKnight passed away. For the next two years, Pastor Irby continued to serve as the pastor of Harvest Time until his resignation on July 1, 2007.
On October 24, 2007, Harvest Time welcomed a new senior pastor and his wife, Jonathan and Janet Faggart. For the next years, Pastor Jonathan lead the church body with passionate Bible teachings applicable to everyday life. He and Janet also served the church with their gifted musical talents.
In March of 2014, Harvest Time experienced another loss when Pastor Jonathan went home to be with the Lord. The church continued with interim pastor, Dr. Gaylan Claunch, until a new senior pastor was elected.
It was after a unanimous church vote on May 18, 2014, that Harvest Time welcome Pastor Nathan Cain as Senior Pastor. He and his wife, Kc, formerly served the church as youth pastors under Pastor Jonathan's leadership. Pastor Nathan is dedicated to seeing God's vision for the church fulfilled; reaping the harvest in our families, in our community, and around the world.