One would describe Harvey as, "The one man anyone can turn to that needs someone to listen. From the homeless, drug addict from the ally way to the soon to be mother, he will gladly listen to your problems and help the best he can." Harvey grew up in on a farm in Louisville, the oldest of two, and known among the small school he attended as 'Good Boy Harvey.' He helped his father on the farm, was an active youth member of his church, and was a defensive brother to his little sister Martha. He had an interest in helping people, and when he turned 18, he was drafted into the army during the Vietnam War, were he served as a field medic for ten years, till the war's end. Now home from the war, he truly didn't know what to do, till one night he had a dream. God called out to him, telling him to help people find their way to salvation. From that day forth, he was a man of God, determined to do God's work the best he could. As time past, he became a pastor of a local Methodist church, married his high school sweet heart Marilyn, and had two children: George and Ashley.
Well, when June 2017 rolled around, it was time for a small group from the church to go on a mission trip. For years some of the youth who would go begged Harvey to go with thim, but he would decline and say his place was here at home, but they knew him, and this year he finally broke, agreeing to go with them. This year, they decide to go to a place called Chernarus. Though the country had made great strides in the reconstruction after the war, churches had not seen the greatest help. They're plan, to go and help repair or rebuild some of the churches there, and resupply them with new bibles and hymnals to replace the ones that had been damaged during the war. So, at the end of June, they packed they're bags, planning to stay in the country for the month of July, and work on 10 churches. If only they knew what was going to happen while they were there.