Rick Allen is the director of Harvest Prison Ministry and is a teaching elder/associate pastor at Hickory Grove Presbyterican Church, PCA in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. He has been active in Christian ministry for over 30 years. His wife, Debbie, is a vital part of HPM and assists whenever possible. Rick and Debbie have been married for 35 years and have two grown sons, Clint and Chris, and five grandchildren.
Richard Jennings resigned his pastorate at Faith Presbyterian Church in Goodlettsville, Tennessee in 2011 in order to expand his growing interest in missions in South Asia and South America. In addition to missions work, he also has worked extensively with Prison Fellowship. He uses his gifts of teaching, preaching, and discipling as well as Aftercare and developing the “Church Behind the Walls.” Richard has been married for 46 years to his wife, Jane, and they have six children and 18 grandchildren.
Mark Berry is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and currently is a missionary, with his wife Lori, with Mission to the World, the PCA’s denominational mission board. Mark and Lori, along with their 5 children, have been doing church planting, leadership training, and mercy ministry development in Latin America since 2001. They relocated to Tennessee in 2014 where Mark is now doing development work in support of Peru's House of Glory for abused teen moms and their babies , leading teams to return to Peru to support the ministries there, as well as ministering locally through pulpit supply, and serving with Harvest Prison Ministry. He will be leading a Spanish Bible study for Hispanic inmates at the Lois Deberry Special Needs Facility, which we hope will soon be accompanied by a similar Spanish Bible study at Riverbend Maximum Security Institute.